- Interdisciplinary Programs
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- Film Studies Program
- Indigenous Studies Program
- European Studies
- Diploma Program in Canadian Studies
- Humanities Diploma Program
Diploma Program in Intercultural Education and Training- Applied Ethics
- Social Justice Studies
- Human Dimensions of Climate Change
- Technology and Society
The Interdisciplinary Diploma Program in Intercultural Education and Training (IET) has been designed for part-time or full-time study for students and professionals working or planning to work in a multicultural or cross-cultural environment. Participants can expect to acquire:
The curriculum is designed to develop both knowledge and skills, and consists of interdisciplinary credit courses totalling 15 units, apportioned as follows:
Up to 3.0 units of transfer credits may be approved as elective credits. Subject to the specific requirements of the degree program, credit obtained within the Diploma Program in Intercultural Education and Training may be transferable to a regular undergraduate degree program. Students may apply course credit to both a degree and the IET diploma.
The program is administered jointly by the Intercultural Education and Training Diploma Program Steering Committee and by the Division of Continuing Studies. All inquiries concerning details and regulations of the program should be addressed to the Program Coordinator, Division of Continuing Studies, 250-721-8457; or <email@example.com>. Information is also available at <continuingstudies.uvic.ca/intercultural>.
Diploma candidates who complete one or more work terms through the Co-operative Education Program will receive Co-op notation on graduation.
Students who participate in the Co-operative Education Option are normally required to complete one work term after the completion of core courses and a minimum of three elective courses.
Co-operative Education students within the Diploma Program in Intercultural Education and Training will normally be required to complete all their program requirements within a 24-month period in order to maintain the full-time status required for participation in the Co-operative Education Program. General regulations pertaining to Co-operative Education Programs of the University of Victoria are found on this page. For further information on the Co-operative Education Option and to apply for the Co-op program, visit the Co-op website at: <www.uvic.ca/hfpwcoop>.
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