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Top HSD questions

Does the Faculty of Human and Social Development offer Indigenous specialization programs?

Yes. We value our relationship with Indigenous students and communities. Our faculty has the largest number of Indigenous instructors and professors on campus.

We offer a variety of programs with Indigenous specialization and content. Our Indigenous Governance program offers a full master’s program dedicated to the advancement and educational exchange about and for Indigenous communities. Other schools and programs with Indigenous specialization and content:

Does the Faculty of Human and Social Development offer professional programs?

Yes, all schools within our faculty offer undergraduate and graduate programs with professional affiliations or accreditation for professional services provided by government, non-profits, and community services.

All our schools provide practicum or co-op work experiences that prepare students for employment in the field of health care and social services aimed at improving society.

Our applied programs prepare students for exciting and essential careers that focus on the health and social well-being of children, families and communities.

For more information about our professional programs visit:

How and when do I apply?

There are two steps to applying. You'll need to apply to your program as well as to the university. Visit our undergraduate or graduate application page for more details and links.

You'll also find information on distance courses in the distance education guide.

How much will it cost?

Get breakdowns of annual costs and tuition fees for on-campus courses. The distance education guide contains cost information for distance courses.

Is your program offered by distance education?

Many of our programs let you study where you live. See the list of programs offered by distance education.

Learn about requirements in the Distance Education guide.

What are the requirements (GPA and work experience)?

See each program's website for details about their admission requirements and application process.

What are the distance programs I can take?

Many of our programs let you study where you live. See the list of programs offered by distance education.

Where can I find out about post-secondary funding for First Nations and M├ętis students?

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