An investment in caring
Invest in yourself! There are many employment opportunities for graduates from the Community, Family & Child Studies program. Community and team environments could include family support services, schools and after school programs, family resource centres, life skills and recreation programs, youth services, womens services, employment training programs, community outreach, foster care and other residential care services.
Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.
|Term||Estimated Tuition||International Tuition|
|Academic Term 1||$1,170||$7,000 per term|
|Academic Term 2||$1,056||$7,000 per term|
|Academic Term 3||$1,761||$7,000 per term|
|Academic Term 4||$1,920||$7,000 per term|
- Application fee: $41 | International application fee: $100
- Student Society fees: $46.45 per month, plus $262 per year for health and dental benefits
- Textbooks and Modules: $1,750
- Expendable Supplies: $430
The cost of this two-year program ranges from:
All prices are estimates.
These prices cover tuition, student fees, text books and other supplies.
A rewarding career
As a Community, Family & Child Studies graduate, you'll be able to give back to your community in a truly meaningful way. Starting wages range from $15 to $29 per hour.