Why Acadia Community Development?

• Small Class Sizes & Award Winning Faculty

• Hands-on Learning from Start to Finish

• Friends in a Strong Community

• A Creative Fun Place

What does Community Development sound like from a community perspective?...

Listen to a story about the 1st Year Experience 
from CBC Radio 's Information Morning on February 26, 2013

 

Areas of Study

Core concepts and skills in working with people in communities are taught with everyone (leadership, group facilitation, working with diverse cultures, sustainability, understanding power and privilege, using assets, resilience, human capital, program design and management, etc.) but then students choose to focus their learning so as to develop understanding and skills in a specific area. Within an area students pick courses with the support of an advisor. The four areas are:

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