Social change: the way you see the world.
Expand your horizons with courses and the program in Intercultural Education. You'll develop skills to facilitate intercultural communication and relationships, and assist in reducing conflict and inequality. You'll engage in a wide range of current issues, including:
- cross-cultural relations
- intercultural communication
- cultural diversity
- social justice
- issues of power and privilege
Learn how you can support all aspects of cultural diversity, inclusion and social change in your community, your workplace and around the world.
Diploma in Intercultural Education
The Diploma in Intercultural Education aims to develop skills to support all aspects of cultural diversity, inclusion and social change in communities, workplaces or around the world. The program aims to develop social responsibility and a clearer understanding and awareness of the complex issues at play in a multicultural society.
The diploma is a great choice for current UVic students who'd like to take a concurrent diploma option with their undergraduate degree. See the Intercultural Education program page for more information.
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Building Cultural Competencies
Facilitating Intercultural Relationships
Final Project in Intercultural Education
Issues in Cross-Cultural Communication
Practicum in Intercultural Education
Race, Racism, and Ethnicity in Canada Since 1900
Race, Racism, and Ethnicity in Canada to 1900
Racialization and Ethnicity
Theatre. Community. Change.
What's Race Got To Do With It?
Courses open for registration
Courses open for registration
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The Diploma Program in Intercultural Education prepares students to play a productive and socially responsible role in an increasingly multicultural and diverse world. Students will develop skills to support all aspects of cultural diversity, inclusion and social change in their community, their workplace and around the world.
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