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Co-op available
Distance Education
Undergraduate level certificate/diploma
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Glendon Campus
To qualify for the General Certificate in Refugee and Migration Studies, students must complete AP/SOSC 1130 9.00 (International Migration) or AP/SOSC 2000 6.00 (Introduction to Refugee Studies) and 18 additional credits from a list of relevant courses as listed below, of which at least 12 will be at the 3000 or 4000 level. The cumulative grade point average in these courses must be 5.00 or higher. Refugee and Migration Studies is offered by Glendon College, the Faculty of Environmental Studies and the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies.
Area of Study
  • Ethnic, cultural minority, gender, and group studies, other
  • Social sciences, other