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Archive 2018 - 2019 > Undergraduate studies > Honours Bachelor of Arts in Social Innovation

Honours Bachelor of Arts in Social Innovation

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  • Program requirements

Foundational Courses (12 credits)

Compulsory Courses: 12 credits

  • HTP1102 Approaches in the Humanities: Interpreting the Human Experience
  • HTP1103 People, Social Justice and Ecology
  • HTP1105 Critical Analysis, Reading and Writing Academic Works
  • HTP1106 The First Peoples of Canada

Discipline Specific Courses (78 credits)

Compulsory Courses: 60 credits

  • INS2101 Introduction to Social Innovation
  • INS2102 Theories of Social Justice
  • INS2103 Critical Thinking and Social Movements
  • INS2104 Democracy and Civic Engagement
  • INS2105 Social and Solidarity Economy
  • INS2106 Management, Administration and Social Innovation
  • INS3101 Self-Management in Organizations
  • INS3102 Practical Seminar I: Introduction to Action Research
  • INS3103 Capitalism, Classes and Inequalities
  • INS3104 Labor Movements
  • INS3105 Gender and Feminisms
  • INS3106 Feminist Movements
  • INS3107 Ecology and Environmental Justice
  • INS3108 Accounting of Social Organizations
  • INS3109 Mobilization, Framing and Communication
  • INS3110 Anti-Racist and Anti-Colonial Theories
  • INS3111 Anti-Racist and Anti-Colonial Movements
  • INS4101 Power Relations in Organizations
  • INS4102 Starting a Social Organization
  • INS4103 Practical Seminar II: Case Study

Optional courses (18 credits)

  • ECS2124 Local and Community Responses to Conflict
  • IGL2126 Group Intervention and Active Listening
  • ISC2328 Communication Plan
  • ISC3301 Social Marketing
  • ISC3339 Introduction to Public Relations
  • INS3112 Project Management and Social Innovation
  • INS3113 New Technologies and Social Innovation
  • INS3114 Accessibility and Ableism
  • INS3115 Poverty and Social Exclusion
  • INS3116 Territories and Local Development
  • INS3117 Arts and Social Transformation
  • INS3118 Popular Education and Knowledge Sharing
  • INS3119 Selected Topics in Democratic Management
  • INS3120 Selected Topics in Social Action
  • INS4104 Finance and Funding Social Innovation
  • INS4105 Social Innovation and Global Interdependencies
  • INS4106 Practical Seminar III: Action Research Project
  • PHI3133 Feminist Ethics
  • PHI3308 Ethics and Politics
  • PHI4112 Social Justice

With the approval of the School of Social Innovation, students may also choose optional courses from among those offered by the School of International Development and Global Studies in order to add an international perspective to their studies.

Elective courses (30 credits)

Students choose 30 credits or complete a minor (30 credits).