Diploma in Community, Family and Child Studies

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  • Objectives
    The Community, Family and Child Studies (CFCS) program leads you toward a career as a caring, ethical professional in a wide range of social and community fields. Working through this dynamic, professional two-year program, you acquire the skills and values needed to promote, strengthen and support the well-being of individuals and families. You’ll study a curriculum that’s based on contemporary research and grounded in principles of social justice including freedom, equity, fairness and respect. The learning environment in the Community, Family and Child Studies program is a co-operative one—all learners contribute, and all learn from one another. As you progress through courses and practicum placements, you’ll become familiar with a variety of community services, and you’ll gain solid professional experience. You’ll develop your own leadership style, and you’ll have the opportunity to participate in community development, planning and advocacy activities as you work toward your diploma.
  • Academic Title
    Diploma in Community, Family and Child Studies
  • Course description
    Academic Term 1 (Fall)                        Credits
    CFCS 110     Foundations for Practice     3.0
    CFCS 120     Lifespan Development 1     3.0
    CFCS 140     Intro to Community Resources
                                        and Supports     3.0
    CFCS 160     Family and Community 1     3.0
    ENGL 150     English Composition     3.0
    Total Credits     15.0
    Academic Term 2 (Winter)                    Credits

    CFCS 111     Professional Practice 1     2.0
    CFCS 121     Lifespan Development 2     2.0
    CFCS 141     Service Learning     3.0
    HLTH 110     Health in Today's World     3.0
    PSYC 154     Interpersonal Relations     3.0
    ENGL 160     Introduction to Literature     3.0
    ENGL 164     First Nations Literature     3.0
    Total Credits     16.0
    Academic Term 3 (Fall)                        Credits

    CFCS 210     Diversity Across the Lifespan     3.0
    CFCS 211     Professional Practice 2     2.0
    CFCS 240     Practicum 1     4.0
    CFCS 260     Family and Community 2     3.0
    PSYC 256     Introduction to Counselling     3.0
    Total Credits     15.0
    Academic Term 4 (Winter)                        Credits

    CFCS 220     Personal Leadership     3.0
    CFCS 241     Practicum 2     6.0
    Two (2) electives*     6.0
    Total Credits     15.0

    *Required electives:

    Students must consult with program faculty or a Camosun College academic advisor regarding university transfer elective choices. PSYC 150 and PSYC 272 and SOC 160 are not accepted as electives as they duplicate content in CFCS courses.

    Students interested in transferring to a CYC degree program or other degree program are advised to also consult with the receiving institution regarding elective choices.

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