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Associate of Arts Degree in Global Stewardship

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  • Objectives
    The Global Stewardship Program was created for students wishing to explore a career working for international NGOs like Amnesty International, or domestic voluntary sector organizations like the United Way, while completing their first two years of university. Through a unique curriculum combining classroom study and volunteer work either overseas or in Canada, students gain the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary to make the organizations they volunteer for more effective. They also develop excellent communication, organizational, and group management skills which are considered highly desirable by employers whatever career they choose.
  • Academic Title
    Associate of Arts Degree in Global Stewardship
  • Course description
    First Term    Course Credits
    Required:    16.50
    • ENGL 100    Academic Writing Strategies    3.00
    • GEOG 100    Human Geography: People, Places and Cultures    3.00
    • GLBS 100    Global Stewardship Seminar I: Preparing to Volunteer for a NFP    1.50
    • PHIL 110    Critical Thinking    3.00
    • POL 100    Introduction to Politics and Government    3.00
    • Language    3.00
    Credits    16.50

    Second Term    Course Credits

    Required:    14.50
    • ANTH 121    Introduction to Social Anthropology    3.00
    • BADM 106    Organizational Behaviour    3.00
    • BIOL 105    Environmental Biology    4.00
    • GLBS 101    Global Stewardship Seminar II: Volunteering for a Not-For-Profit Organization    1.50
    • Language    3.00
    Choose 3.00 credits from the following list:    3.00
    • ENGL 103    Studies in Contemporary Literature    3.00
    • ENGL 104    Contemporary Fiction    3.00
    • ENGL 105    Contemporary Poetry    3.00
    • ENGL 106    Contemporary Drama    3.00
    Credits    17.50

    Third Term    Course Credits
    Required:    16.50
    • BADM 305    Leadership    3.00
    • ECON 100    Introduction to Economics    3.00
    • GLBS 200    Global Stewardship Seminar III: Preparing for Group NFP Volunteering    1.50
    • HIST 230    World History Since 1500    3.00
    • 200-Level Arts/Science elective with International content    3.00
    • Math/Computer Science/Statistics requirement (Math 101 recommended)    3.00
    Credits    16.50

    Fourth Term    Course Credits

    Required:    16.50
    • ENGL 213    World Literature in English    3.00
    • GLBS 201    Global Stewardship Seminar IV: Volunteering in a Group for Non-For-Profit's    1.50
    • PHIL 207    Business Ethics    3.00
    • POL 203    International Organizations    3.00
    • 200-Level Arts/Science elective with International content    3.00
    • Science Requirement    3.00
    Credits    16.50
    Total Program Credits    67.00

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