You're a working professional who thinks differently about the idea of community. You know there must be a better way to create the kinds of spaces and places where people live. You'd like to see more sustainable initiatives in your own community or region, or you've been tasked with building a plan to make those initiatives happen.
The Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Community Development helps you build leadership, knowledge and practical experience. You'll discover an interdisciplinary approach to the social, ecological and economic implications of community change. You'll learn through class work, and apply your learning to a real-world project.
In partnership with various municipalities, you will explore principles and practices of systems thinking, decision-making and planning. And by engaging in real, socially-relevant projects focused on community challenges, you'll build skills and networks that can take your career — and your community — forward.
1. High school diploma or Secondary school diploma
2. High school or Secondary school transcript of grades/marksheets
3. Master degree/Graduate diploma
4. Master degree/Graduate transcript of grades or marksheets
5. Language certificate (should be change on request of university):
6. Reference letter (One or Two on request from University)