The Associate of Arts Degree in Global Stewardship is a unique program in British Columbia. Students have diverse career goals: local community development, journalism, teaching, politics, nursing and business as well as international development (NGOs and IGOs). But what they all share is the passion, compassion and commitment to make a positive difference in the world.
Through an innovative curriculum combining classroom study and engaged service learning, students gain the knowledge and skills to become change makers. Graduating students have many options available: some apply for an internship to gain further experience in the NGO sector; others complete Bachelor’s Degrees in areas such as geography, political studies, international relations, anthropology, international development or social work. Many students opt to stay and complete a degree at Capilano University, such as the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies.
- Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills using, when appropriate, IT technology.
- Establish effective strategies to meet personal and professional goals.
- Understand and apply ethical reasoning to their decision making.
- Measure both qualitatively and quantitatively their impact on their communities while in the program, and critique their capacity to be a catalyst for change in their local and global communities in the future.
- Work effectively, both on their own and in a group context, including with alumni of the program.
- Demonstrate a breadth of knowledge about local and/or international development from a variety of disciplines.
- Solve problems and/or muster arguments using imagination, critical thinking, appropriate research, and nuanced judgment.
Tuition and Fees Per Year
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Total program credits: 67.00
Students who have received a certificate of completion from Katimavik, Free the Children/Me to We, Canada World Youth, Youth Challenge International, or Lattitude Canada after high school graduation are not required to complete GLBS 101 and GLBS 201 and will graduate with 64 rather than 67 credits. The original certificate must be supplied to the Registrar's Office for an official copy to be placed in the student's file.
Note: Dates are subject to change.
How to apply
- Check the admissions requirements.
- Check the application and document deadlines for your program.
- Complete and submit your application through EducationPlannerBC.
- Upload all your required/supporting official documents.
- Pay your application fee.
- Admissions will review your application and contact you.