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  • Objectives
    The educational philosophy of Concordia University's Department of Applied Human Sciences is centred upon experience-based learning, or learning-by-doing. Our courses stress real-life experiences with people, both inside and outside the classroom, and are integrated with relevant theory and research. This method gives students the best opportunity to put their learning into practice.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts in Applied Human Sciences with Specialization in Human Relations
  • Course description
    Specialization in Human Relations — 60 credits

    This program is intended for students interested in developing and applying a high level of skill and knowledge in small group leadership in practical settings. It includes a research component and an internship in the final year, culminating and focusing on the student’s area of study.

        * 39 required credits in Applied Human Sciences: Life Span Growth and Development for Practitioners; Interpersonal Communication and Relationships; Working in Task Groups; Respecting Diversity in Human Relations; Program Planning, Design and Evaluation; Introduction to Intervention in Human Systems; Leadership in Small Groups; Principles and Practices of Human Systems Intervention; Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods for Practitioners; Internship in Human Relations
        * 6 credits chosen from Organization Development I & II or Community Development I & II
        * 15 elective credits in Applied Human Sciences chosen from Self-Managed Learning; Recreation and Leisure in Contemporary Society; Sexuality in Human Relations; Family Communication; Interviewing; Adolescence: Issues and Intervention; Adulthood: Patterns and Transitions; Older Adulthood: Issues and Intervention; Gender and Leisure; Leisure and the Environment; Power and Conflict Resolution in Human Systems; Basic Counselling Skills and Concepts; Recreation Planning; Organizational Leadership: A Human Systems Approach; Youth and Leisure; The Older Adult and Leisure; Health Promotion; Basic Human Relations Laboratory; and Fundamentals of Child and Youth Care Work
        * 30 elective credits in any department

    Major in Human Relations — 42 credits

    The Major is intended for students interested in developing human relations skills and a good grounding in small group leadership. It includes a fieldwork component in the final year that gives the students an opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge derived from the classroom.

        * 27 required credits in Applied Human Sciences: Life Span Growth and Development for Practitioners; Interpersonal Communication and Relationships; Working in Task Groups; Respecting Diversity in Human Relations; Program Planning, Design and Evaluation; Introduction to Intervention in Human Systems; Leadership in Small Groups; and Fieldwork Practice
        * 3 credits in Organization Development I or Community Development I
        * 12 elective credits (with no more than 6 credits at the 200-level) in Applied Human Sciences chosen from Self-Managed Learning; Recreation and Leisure in Contemporary Society; Sexuality in Human Relations; Family Communication; Interviewing; Adolescence: Issues and Intervention; Adulthood: Patterns and Transitions; Older Adulthood: Issues and Intervention; Gender and Leisure; Leisure and the Environment; Power and Conflict Resolution in Human Systems; Basic Counselling Skills and Concepts; Play, Adult Learning and Development; Community Recreation Planning; Organizational Leadership: A Human Systems Approach; Organizational Development; Youth and Leisure; Community Development; The Older Adult and Leisure; Health Promotion; and Basic Human Relations Laboratory; Fundamentals of Child and Youth Care Work; Organization Development II; and Community Development II
        * 48 elective credits in any department, some of which may take the form of a Major or Minor in another department

    Minor in Human Relations
    — 30 credits

    This program gives the student an opportunity to obtain knowledge and practice in group dynamics, group leadership, interpersonal relations and communications, design skills and simulated class practice in facilitation.

        * 18 required credits in Applied Human Sciences: Life Span Growth and Development for Practitioners; Interpersonal Communication and Relationships; Working in Task Groups; Program Planning, Design and Evaluation; and Leadership in Small Groups
        * 12 elective credits in Applied Human Sciences chosen from Self-Managed Learning; Recreation and Leisure in Contemporary Society; Respecting Diversity in Human Relations; Sexuality in Human Relations; Family Communication; Interviewing; Introduction to Intervention in Human Systems; Adolescence: Issues and Intervention; Adulthood: Patterns and Transitions; Older Adulthood: Issues and Intervention; Gender and Leisure; Leisure and the Environment; Power and Conflict Resolution in Human Systems; Basic Counselling Skills and Concepts; Play, Adult Learning and Development; Community Recreation Planning; Organizational Leadership: A Human Systems Approach; Youth and Leisure; The Older Adult and Leisure; Health Promotion; Basic Human Relations Laboratory; and Fundamentals of Child and Youth Care Work

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