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Wilfrid Laurier University Laurier Brantford
September 19, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Program Requirements



To qualify for the degree a student must complete the following:

SJ601 Theories of Social Justice and Community Engagement

SJ602 Data Analysis in Social Justice Research

SJ603 Engaged Scholarship and Community Capacity Development

SJ690 Social Justice Research and Professionalization Forum

SJ695 Major Research Project

SJ621 Social Justice Community Placement

And one of the following:

SJ630 Social Justice Directed Reading Course

SJ631 Special Topics in Social and Environmental Justice

Elective from another program (Students considering taking any alternative courses must consult the Graduate Coordinator prior to enrolling)

Typical Program Progression:

Fall:

SJ601 Theories of Social Justice and Community Engagement (required; .05 credit)

SJ603 Engaged Scholarship and Community Capacity Development (required; .05 credit)

SJ690 Social Justice Research and Professionalization Forum (required; pass/fail; .05 credit)

Winter:

SJ602 Data Analysis in Social Justice Research (required; .05 credit)

SJ690 Social Justice Research and Professionalization Forum (continued)

SJ621 Social Justice Community Placement (required; 1.0 credit)

Elective: One of three required (.05 credit):

SJ630 Social Justice Directed Reading Course

SJ631 Special Topics in Social and Environmental Justice (TBA)

Elective from another WLU graduate program

Spring:

SJ695 Major Research Project (required; 1.0 credit)

SJ621 Social Justice Community Placement (continued)