Ethnic and Intercultural Relations

This interdisciplinary program is for those planning to work in multicultural or cross-cultural settings. In today’s increasingly interdependent world, the need for critical understanding of ethnicity and social justice has been acknowledged by educators, community workers and other professionals. In response, the program explores causes of unequal treatment, compare social justice issues internationally, and develops strategies for social change.

overview

The Ethnic and Intercultural Relations program is the Department of Sociology and Anthropology within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Credential: Certificate

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How to apply

The certificate program

You may add a certificate program to any major. Speak to your faculty advisor.

Career possibilities

The world is changing rapidly and you have no way of knowing the full range of career opportunities available to you in the future. Graduates of this program may end up in a range of occupations, including these:

  • Aboriginal Relations Officer
  • Archive Assistant
  • Community Development Officer
  • Cultural Analyst
  • Ethnographer Assistant
  • Exhibit Assistant
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Human Rights Officer
  • Labour Relations Researcher
  • Multiculturalism Educator
  • Museum Technician
  • Program Coordinator
  • Project Officer
  • Public Policy Analyst
  • Rural Development Officer
  • Social Survey Researcher
  • Travel Writer
  • Web Market Researcher