SPP seeks to attract a wide range of activists and human service workers as students and community development workers interested in health and social service development and provision.
The program provides students with a strong, critical base for developing practice-based careers and pursuing advanced degrees in other disciplines.
Distinctive features of SPP include:
- interdisciplinary atmosphere for learning,
- links with academic, policy and practice communities,
- theoretical and methodological training, and
- research focused on social change.
We invite researchers, consultants, policy advisors, interns, activists, executive directors, policy analysts, program evaluators and social/community auditors to apply.
We encourage students with a variety of backgrounds to apply: criminology, cultural studies, development studies, environmental studies, geography, history, humanities, interdisciplinary programs, law, nursing, political science, psychology, social work, sociology, women's studies.
Students can apply for full-time and part-time studies.