Refugee and Migration Studies
Department of Equity Studies
302 Atkinson Building
Fax: 416-650-3876, 416-736-5837 (The Centre for Refugee Studies)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
The certificate in Refugee and Migration Studies is a general, interdisciplinary certificate, addressing issues concerning ethnic communities, gender, racism, migration, policy, cultural identity and international relations, augmenting your work in the field or professional life. Participation in the Centre for Refugee Studies Seminar Series is required. See schedule at the Centre for Refugee Studies website: http://crs.yorku.ca/. Please contact the Centre for Refugee Studies, suite 317, York Lanes for further information regarding the participation component.
Refugee and Migration Studies is offered by the Faculties of Environmental Studies, Glendon and Liberal Arts and Professional Studies.
General Certificate in Refugee and Migration Studies - Certificate Requirements
Department of Equity Studies
For purposes of meeting certificate requirements, all nine-credit general education (foundation) courses will count as six credits.
The General Certificate in Refugee and Migration Studies offered through the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies must be completed either as a direct entry certificate or concurrently with fulfillment of the requirements for a bachelor's degree.
Students must choose one of the following certificate options below. Students are not permitted to combine the requirements of each option.
Note: to further enhance their educational experiences, students registered in this certificate are required to be involved in scholarly activities of the Centre for Refugee Studies. Further information may be obtained from the Centre for Refugee Studies. Refer to the Academic Standards section for details of the undergraduate certificate minimum standards.
Option 1: Direct Entry or Concurrent
Requirements: 30 credits including:
(i) Prerequisites for core requirements:
- a 1000-level six-credit social science course.
(ii) Core requirements:
- AP/MIST 2000 6.00 (cross-listed to: AP/GEOG 2310 6.00) (in the event that AP/MIST 2000 6.00 is not offered, please contact the undergraduate program director of the Department of Equity Studies for a substitute course);
- and 18 credits from the following list: AP/HIST 3581 6.00, AP/HIST 4053 6.00, AP/MIST 3620 6.00 (cross-listed to: AP/POLS 3565 6.00), AP/MIST 3580 6.00, AP/MIST 3370 6.00, AP/GL/GWST 3801 6.00), AP/GL/GWST 3502 6.00 (cross-listed to:GL/SOSC 3602 6.00).
Option 2: Concurrent Only
Requirements: 24 credits including:
- AP/SOSC 1130 9.00;
- and 18 credits in core courses chosen from the following: AP/ANTH 3410 6.00, AP/GEOG 4370 3.00, AP/HIST 4505 6.00(cross-listed to: GL/HIST 4220 6.00), AP/POLS 3065 3.00, AP/POLS 4541 6.00, AP/SOCI 3430 6.00, AP/SOCI 4350 3.00,AP/SOCI 4430 3.00, AP/SOSC 3480 6.00 or AP/GL/GWST 4802 3.00 (cross-listed to: AP/POLS 4245 3.00).
The cumulative grade point average in these courses must be 5.00 (C+) or higher and other relevant requirements governing the award of a general certificate will apply.
Course Listings Timetables Fall/Winter 2017-2018