Curriculum Guideline

Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Care - Specialization in Child Welfare

Effective Date:
Program Code
BACYCC_CP
Discontinued
No
Program
Faculty
Applied Community Studies
Department
Child and Youth Care
Credential Type
Bachelor's Degree
Transcript Title
BACYCC-Child Protec Specialty
Date of First Offering
Start Term
200830
End Term
201330
Credential
Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Care - Specialization in Child Welfare
Length of Program
Eight semesters
Credits
60.00
Curriculum Framework

Students will complete 60 credits in addition to the 60 credits required for the diploma.

Year 3

Semester V

Course Title Credits
CYCC 3310 Supervised Practicum 4.5
CYCC 3340 Developmental Theory and CYC Practice with Children 3
CYCC 3520 Professional Child and Youth Care: Theory and Practice 3
Elective Approved by Department   3
  Total credits 13.5

 

Semester VI

Course Title Credits
CYCC 3311 Supervised Practicum 4.5
CYCC 3341 Developmental Theory and CYC Practice with Youth 3
CYCC 3621 Critical Issues in Current CYC Practice 3
Elective Appoved by Department 3
Elective Approved by Department   3
  Total credits 16.5

 

Year 4

Semester VII

Course Title Credits
CYCC 4410 Advanced Supervised Practicum 4.5
CYCC 4423 Research Methods in Child and Youth Care 3
CYCC 4467 Advanced Skills with Individuals in Child and Youth Care 3
CYCC 4469 Advanced Skills with Families in CYC   3
  Total credits 13.5

 

Semester VIII

Course Title Credits
CYCC 4411 Advanced Supervised Practicum 4.5
CYCC 4425 Data Analysis in Child and Youth Care 3
CYCC 4468 Advanced Skills with Groups in CYC Organizations 3
Elective Approved by Department 3
Elective Approved by Department   3
  Total credits 16.5

 

  Total Credits 60

 

Electives for the Child Protection Specialty:

Course Title Credits
CFCS 1260 Community Practice: Addictions 3
CYCC 2460 Family Violence, Abuse and Recovery 3
DACS 5111 Disability in Context 3
CYCC 2211 Professional Community: Policies, Standards, Children and Families 3
CYCC 3350 Child and Youth Care Practice in Child Protection   3
  Total credits 15

 

Most students will have completed CFCS 1260, CYCC 2211 and CYCC 2460 as part of their diploma program. Consult with the CYCC degree coordinator to plan your course of study. You will also complete a specialized block placement for CYCC 4410 and CYCC 4411 during your final term of study. You must have completed your required electives prior to placement in your fourth-year practicum in your final semester of study.