Focused on the practice and policy dimensions in four distinct and overlapping streams: non-profit, co-operative, community economic development, and international community development. Each approach seeks to create social and economic change and relies on diverse resources and partnerships that are rooted in values of empowerment, cooperation and inclusion. Designed with working professionals in mind, the Master of Arts in Community Development (MACD) will build and develop your capacity to become a successful leader in the civil society and social economy, whether you work or volunteer in non-profits, co-operatives or community economic development organizations either locally or internationally.
Applicants must also meet the general admission requirements for the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
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