Enrolment in this module is limited. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee that students wishing to transfer into this module will be offered enrolment.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 70% in 3.0 principal courses, including Childhood and Social Institutions 1025F/G, plus 2.5 additional courses, with no mark in these principal courses below 60%.

Note: CSI 1025F/G is not required for admission to the module; however, students must complete this course with a minimum grade of 60% prior to graduation.  This course is also a prerequisite for CSI 2210F/G.

Module

9.0 courses:

3.0 courses: Childhood and Social Institutions 2210F/G or the former Childhood and Social Institutions 2200, Interdisciplinary Studies 2252F/G or the former Interdisciplinary Studies 3310F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2212 F/G , Childhood and Social Institutions 2213F/G, or the former  Childhood and Social Institutions 2220F/G and  Childhood and Social Institutions 2252F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2214F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3300F/G.
2.0 additional courses from the following Childhood and Social Institutions Approved List (1.5 at any level; .5 at the 3000 level or above.)
1.0 course from the following:  Childhood and Social Institutions 3350 F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3351 F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3352F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3353F/G;
1.0 course from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions 3361 F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3364 F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3365F/G;
1.0 course from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions 3311 F/G; Childhood and Social Institutions 3362 F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3370F/G. 
1.0 course:  Childhood and Social Institutions 4401F/G and Childhood and Social Institutions 4402F/G, or Childhood and Social Institutions 4403E.

Childhood and Social Institutions HSP Approved List:

Any Childhood and Social Institutions course at the 2200-level or above. 
Disability Studies 2201F/G, Disability Studies 2202A/B, Disability Studies 2210A/B, Disability Studies 2216A/B, Disability Studies 2023A/B, Disability Studies 2220A/B, Disability Studies 3325F/G .
Economics 2124A/B, Economics 2125A/B, Economics 2161F/G, Economics 3343F/G.
English  2033E.
History 3261F/G, History 3851F/G, History 3898F/G.
Philosophy 2080
Political Science 2225E, Political Science 3303F/G, Political Science 3307F/G, Political Science 3345E, Political Science 4485F/G.
Psychology  2031A/B, Psychology 2040A/B, Psychology 2410A/B, Psychology 2610F/G.
Religious Studies 4408Y
Social Justice and Peace Studies 2304F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3211F/G.
Sociology 2144A/B,  Sociology 2235, Sociology 2260A/B, Sociology 2267A/B, Sociology 3318 F/G, Sociology 4440F/G, Sociology 4438F/G.
Thanatology 2232A/B

Enrolment in this module is limited. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee that students wishing to transfer into this module will be offered enrolment.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements, including Childhood and Social Institutions 1025F/G with a mark of at least 60%.

Module

6.0 courses:

 

3.0 courses: Childhood and Social Institutions 2210F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2212F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2213F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions2214F/G, or the former Childhood and Social Institutions 2220F/G, and Childhood and Social Institutions 2225F/G, Interdisciplinary Studies 2252F/G or the former Interdisciplinary Studies 3310F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3300F/G.
1.0 course from one of the following groupings:1.) Childhood and Social Institutions 3350F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3351F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3352F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3353F/G; or 2.) Childhood and Social Institutions 3361F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions3364F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3365F/G; or 3.) Childhood and Social Institutions 3362F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3311F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3370F/G.
1.0 additional course from the Childhood and Social Institutions Approved List
1.0 course:  Choose from the following that you DID NOT choose in the stream selection:  Childhood and Social Institutions  2211A/B, Childhood and Social Institutions 2221A/B, Childhood and Social Institutions 3311F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3320F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3340F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3361F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3362F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3362F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3364F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3350F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3351F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3352F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3353F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 33xxF/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3346F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 4401F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 4402F/G.

Childhood and Social Institutions Major Approved List:

  • Any Childhood and Social Institutions course at the 2200-level or above. 
  • Disability Studies 2210A/B, Disability Studies 2202A/B, Disability Studies 2210A/B, Disability Studies 2216A/B, Disability Studies 2023A/B, Disability Studies 2220A/B, Disability Studies 3325F/G .
  • Economics 2124A/B, Economics 2125A/B, Economics 2161F/G, Economics 3343F/G.
  • English  2033E.
  • History 3261F/G, History 3851F/G, History 3898F/G.
  • Philosophy 2080
  • Political Science 2225E, Political Science 3303F/G, Political Science 3307F/G, Political Science 3345E, Political Science 4485F/G.
  • Psychology  2031A/B, Psychology 2040A/B, Psychology 2410A/B, or the former Psychology 2044, Psychology 2610F/G.
  • Religious Studies 4408Y
  • Social Justice and Peace Studies 2304F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3211F/G.
  • Sociology 2105A/B, Sociology 2144A/B, Sociology 2235, Sociology 2260A/B, Sociology 2267A/B, Sociology 3318 F/G, Sociology 4440F/G, Sociology 4438F/G.
  • Thanatology 2232A/B

*Students registered in an Honors Double Major including a Major in Childhood and Social Institutions are encouraged to take the 3000 or 4000 level courses listed.

Program Requirements

To qualify for the Certificate in Childhood Advocacy, students must achieve an overall average of 65% in the following 5.0 courses:

2.5 courses from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions 1025F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2210F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2214F/G Childhood and Social Institutions 2213F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3300F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3311F/G.
2.5 courses from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions 2221A/B, Childhood and Social Institutions 3350F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3351F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3352F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3353F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3362F/G.
Up to 1.0 from these courses can substitute to meet the certificate requirements:
Disability Studies 2201F/G, Political Science 2225E, Social Justice and Peace Studies 2304F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3211F/G, Sociology 2140

Program Requirements

To qualify for the Diploma in Childhood Advocacy, students must achieve an overall average of 65% in the following 5.0 courses:

2.5 courses from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions 1025F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2210F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2214F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2213F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3300F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3311F/G.
2.5 courses from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions 2221A/B, Childhood and Social Institutions 3350F/G,  Childhood and Social Institutions 3351F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3352F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions3353F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3362F/G. 
Up to 1.0 from these courses can substitute to meet the diploma requirements:
Disability Studies 2201F/G, Political Science 2225E, Social Justice and Peace Studies 2304F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3211F/G, Sociology 2140

Admission Requirements

Enrolment in third or fourth year of an Honors Program, or a minimum modular average of 70 65% in a Major module. This is a limited enrolment program and possession of the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission.

Program Requirements

To qualify for the Certificate in Childhood and the Legal System, students must achieve an overall average of 65% in the following 5.0 courses:

2.5 courses from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions 1025F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2210F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2212F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2231A/B, Childhood and Social Institutions 3361F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3364 F/G.
2.5 courses from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions  2221A/B, Childhood and Social Institutions 3320F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3340F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3346F/G,  Childhood and Social Institutions 3365F/G, Disability Studies 3325F/G, Political Science 3303F/G, Sociology 2267A/B. 
A maximum of 1.0 course from the following courses may be counted toward this requirement:
Philosophy 2080, Psychology 3313A/B, History 3851F/G, History 3898F/G, Religious Studies 4408Y, Political Science 3307F/G, Political Science 3345F/G, Social Work 3319F/G, Sociology 2260A/B, Sociology 4455F/G, and Psychology 2031A/B.

To qualify for the Diploma in Childhood and the Legal System, students must achieve an overall average of 65% in the following 5.0 courses:

2.5 courses from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions 1025F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2210F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2212F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2231A/B, Childhood and Social Institutions 3361F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3364 F/G.
2.5 courses from the following: Childhood and Social Institutions  2221A/B, Childhood and Social Institutions 3320F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3340F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3346F/G,  Childhood and Social Institutions 3365F/G, Disability Studies 3325F/G, Political Science 3303F/G, Sociology 2267A/B.
A maximum of 1.0 course from the following courses may be counted toward this requirement: Philosophy 2080, Psychology 3313A/B, History 3851F/G, History 3898F/G, Religious Studies 4408Y, Political Science 3307F/G, Political Science 3345F/G, Social Work 3319F/G, Sociology 2260A/B, Sociology 4455F/G, and Psychology 2031A/B.

Note: Programs may change from year to year.