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bachelor

Degree

Honours Bachelor of Child and Youth Care

Course code: #22231

bachelor

Degree

Honours Bachelor of Child and Youth Care

Quick facts

  • Tuition

    $18,910 CAD

  • Application fee

    $75 CAD

  • Duration

    4 years

  • PGWP

    3 years

  • Min GPA

    65 out of 100

Options
Work placement

These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.

Deadlines

Term start & deadline Deadline
Fall-September 01-February-2021 2021-02-01

Overview

Honours Bachelor of Child and Youth Care

Humber’s Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree program provides you with the knowledge and skills required for in-depth work with children, youth and families. The program is based on the professional practice of child and youth care supported by the disciplines of psychology, sociology, community development, political science and education. The curriculum focuses on the theory and research of relational practice: building relationships to support children and youth in crisis or going through experiences of challenge and change.

You’ll learn from highly qualified professors, as well as from guest lecturers from the field of child and youth care, which includes youth in care and community representatives with lived experience. You’ll have the unique opportunity to develop key practice skills through faculty supervision in our state-of-the-art interview labs, therapeutic play laboratory setting, our family practice room and children’s activity room.

Your courses integrate the study of developmental, preventative and therapeutic approaches in child and youth care and will teach you direct practice methods such as interviewing and counselling, responding to abuse, therapeutic play, and other intervention modalities taught from a strength-based perspective and within a caring, anti-oppressive, and anti-racist framework.

The first two years of the program provide you with a comprehensive understanding of child and youth development, as well as current methodologies in child and youth care professional practice. In the final two years, you will be able to engage in courses related to five areas of concentration in the program – youth justice and advocacy, social policy and research, approaches to care, community development and youth engagement, and international perspectives. The curriculum and work-integrated learning experiences throughout the program will support you to select a focus for your final thesis project in fourth year.

 

 

Estimate your cost

Residency
Count of person

$28,280

Total costs

yearly

Details


Cost of living 1 person $7,704
Accommodation 1 bed room $9,370
Tuition 1 person $18,910

Hourly wage

Min wage

15.50 CAD / 1 hour

in Canada every student can work 20 hour per week

Required documents

1. International Credit Evaluation
Canadian citizens or permanent residents with international education are required to provide a WES or ICAS evaluation.
2. Proof of English

Language requirements

GRE
not required
GMAT
not required

IELTS

6.5
6
listening
6
writing
6
speaking
6
reading

TOEFL

84
21
listening
21
writing
21
speaking
21
reading

PTE

58
-
listening
-
writing
-
speaking
-
reading

Cambridge

180
169
listening
169
writing
169
speaking
169
reading
Language pathway (conditional offer) is available

Duolingo Language Test: Between 115-120
Completion of EAP level 8 meets the language proficiency requirments for admission to most Humber programs. For students completing level 8 with no failed courses and with the appropriate grades (see below), no further IELTS or TOEFL testing is required.


Academic background and requirement

To be eligible for admission, you must possess the following: Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent including these required courses: Grade 12 English (ENG4U or equivalent) minimum 65 per cent Five Grade 12 U or M courses in addition to those listed above Overall minimum grade point average (GPA) 65 per cent

Career opportunities

You may find yourself in a variety of roles such as:

  • advocacy
  • child and youth or family support
  • child welfare and protection
  • children’s mental health
  • community development
  • education
  • policy development
  • research
  • youth justice

Employment opportunities exist in a variety of settings such as:

  • Canadian or international organizations
  • government agencies
  • non-governmental organizations
  • urban and rural communities

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