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1 PDC University of Windsor PDC Advisory Group 5.8: Psychology, Social Work and Disabilities Studies Degree Completion Programs for Child and Youth Worker Diploma Graduates Minor Program Changes Item for: Approval MOTION: That the Psychology s, Social Work s and Disabilities Studies s Degree Completion Programs for St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Graduates be extended to all Ontario College Child and Youth Worker graduates and that the degree requirements for these degree completion programs be changed according to the submitted program/ course change forms.* *Subject to approval of expenditures required. Rationale/Approvals: The proposed changes have been approved by the Psychology Department Council, the Social Work Department Council, and the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science Coordinating Council; and reviewed by the Dean of FAHSS. See attached. Page 1 of 11

2 TITLE OF PROGRAM/CERTIFICATE: BA Honours Bachelor of Arts in Disability Studies for St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program General Psychology for St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Child Psychology for St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Honours Psychology for St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Honours Psychology with Thesis for St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates- Degree Completion Program Honours Developmental Psychology for St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Honours Developmental Psychology with Thesis for St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Honours Bachelor of Social Work for St. Clair College Child and DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL: FACULTY: Department of Psychology, School of Social Work Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Proposed change(s) effective as of [Fall, Winter, Spring]: Spring 2014 (earliest possible calendar) A.1 PROGRAM REQUIREMENT CHANGES Please provide the current program requirements and the proposed new program requirements by cutting and pasting from the current undergraduate or graduate web calendar (www.uwindsor.ca/calendars) and clearly marking deletions with strikethrough (strikethrough) and additions/new information with bolding and underlining. Example: Major requirements: , , , , , , plus three additional courses at the 300-level or 400-level. Undergraduate Calendar Description Changes: 11) Child and Youth Worker: Graduates of all Ontario St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker diploma programs completed in 1996 or later with a cumulative average equivalent to a B (73%) or better will be eligible for entry into an appropriate level of Disability Studies General BA and Honours BA programs and Psychology General BA and Honours BA Degree Completion Pprograms for CYW Graduates and are eligible to apply for entry into all the Honours Bachelor of Social Work program for CYW Graduates. Completion of these programs will normally require three semesters of full-time study (for Ggeneral BA degree completion programs) or four semesters of full-time study (for Hhonours BA and BSW degree completion programs). Students may enroll in these programs in Summer, Fall or Winter semesters. Students are strongly advised to consult with a Disability Studies, Psychology or Social Work academic advisor before registering for courses in these programs. Page 2 of 11

3 Program Requirement Changes PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE BA Honours Bachelor of Arts in Disability Studies for Ontario St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Total courses: 20 courses, plus a minimum of an Ontario St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology Child and Youth Worker diploma with the following stipulation: fulfill the 20 course degree requirements if they were used by the College of Applied Arts and Technology to grant advanced standing in the diploma or certificate program. In such cases, the Disability Studies Program Coordinator (or designate) will identify a substitute course requirement(s). Students are strongly advised to consult with a Disability Studies academic advisor before registering for courses. Major requirements: 15 courses, including; (a) four discipline foundation courses: , , , ; (b) one social science research methods course: ; (c) two human development courses: , ; (d) six Disability Studies courses: , , , , (6.00 credit course); (e) one Disability Studies or Disability Studies-Emphasis course (200 level or higher) and one Disability Studies or Disability Studies-Emphasis course (any level). Option requirements: 2 courses, including: (a) two Arts, Languages, Social Sciences or Science courses, excluding Disability Studies or Disability Studies-Emphasis courses. Other requirements: 3 courses, including: (a) , ; ; (b) two courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding and ), Social Work, or Disability Studies. *(excluding , , , , , , , , , , , ) Year 1, Fall Semester: , , , , , , , , , ; Year 1, Winter Semester: , , , , and one Option or Other requirement course; Year 2, Fall Semester: , , , and three Option or Other requirements courses; Year 2, Winter Semester: , , (6.00 credit course) and one Option or Other requirement course. General Psychology for Ontario St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Total courses: fifteen, plus a minimum of an Ontario St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology Child and Youth Worker diploma with the following stipulation: fulfill the 15 course degree requirements if they were used by the College of Applied Arts and Technology to Page 3 of 11

4 Major requirements: seven courses, including , two 300-level courses (excluding , , , ); and four 200, 300 or 400-level courses (excluding: , , , , , , , ). (b) one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding: ). Other requirements: five courses including (a) , ; ; (b) ; four (c) two courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding , , 46- Third Year: , , , , three 200, 300 or 400-level psychology courses, two one courses from Arts, Languages or Science; one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding: ); twoone courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding , , , , , , , , , , ). Fourth Year: one 200, 300 or 400 level psychology course, two 300-level psychology courses, one course from Languages or Science; twoone courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding , , 46- Child Psychology for Ontario St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Total courses: fifteen, plus a minimum of an Ontario St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology Child and Youth Worker diploma with the following stipulation: fulfill the 15 course degree requirements if they were used by the College of Applied Arts and Technology to Major requirements:seven courses, including , , , , three 200, 300 or 400 level courses (excluding: , , , , , , , ). (b) one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding: ). Option requirements: five courses including (a) , ; ; (b) ; (c) two four courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding , , 46- Page 4 of 11

5 Third Year: , , , , , threetwo 200, 300 or 400-level psychology courses, twoone courses from Arts, Languages or Science, one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding ), one course from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding , , 46- Fourth Year: , , one 200, 300 or 400 level psychology course, one course from Languages of Science, threeone courses from any area of study, includingexcluding Psychology (excluding , , , , , , , , , ).. Honours Psychology for Ontario St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Total courses: twenty, plus a minimum of an Ontario St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology Child and Youth Worker diploma with the following stipulation: fulfill the 20 course degree requirements if they were used by the College of Applied Arts and Technology to Major requirements: eleven courses, including , , , one of: , , ; two 300-level courses (excluding , , , ), three 400-level courses (excluding , ), two additional 200, 300 or 400-level courses (excluding: , , , , , , , ). (b) one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding: ). Other requirements: six courses including (a) , ;02-250; (b) ;(c) three five courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding:46-116, , 46- Third Year: , , , , , two 200, 300 or 400-level psychology courses (excluding: , , , , , , , ), twoone courses from Arts, Languages or Science, one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding ), twoone courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding: , , , , , , , , , , ). Fourth Year: , one of , or ; two 300-level psychology courses, three 400-level psychology courses (excluding , ), one course from Languages or Science, threetwo courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding: , , , , , , , , , , ). Honours Psychology with Thesis for Ontario St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates- Degree Completion Program Total courses: twenty, plus a minimum of an Ontario St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology Child and Youth Worker diploma with the following stipulation: Page 5 of 11

6 fulfill the 20 course degree requirements if they were used by the College of Applied Arts and Technology to Major requirements: eleven courses including , , , , , one of: , , ; , , one 400-level course (excluding , ), two 200-, 300- or 400-level courses (excluding , , , , , , , ). (b) one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding: ). Other requirements: six courses including (a) , ; ; (b) ;(c) three five courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding:46-116, , 46- Third Year: , , , , , , , one of: , , , twoone courses from Arts, Languages or Science, one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding )., one course from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding , ). Fourth Year: , , , one 400-level psychology course, two 200, 300 or 400 level psychology courses (excluding ), one course from Languages or Science, four three courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding: , , , , , , , , , , ).. Honours Developmental Psychology for Ontario St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Total courses: twenty, plus a minimum of a St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology Child and Youth Worker diploma with the following stipulation: fulfill the 20 course degree requirements if they were used by the College of Applied Arts and Technology to Major requirements: eleven courses including , one of: or ; , , one of: , , ; two of: , , , , , ; two 300-level courses (excluding: , , , ), one 400-level course (excluding: , ), one 200-, 300-, or 400-level course (excluding: , , , , , , , ). (b) one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding: ). Page 6 of 11

7 Other requirements: six courses including (a) , ; ; (b) ;(c) three five courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding:46-116, , 46- Third Year: , , , , one of: or ; , , one of: , , , one 200-, 300-, or 400-level psychology course (excluding ), twoone courses from Languages or Science, one course from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding , ). Fourth Year: two of: , , , , , , one additional 400-level course, two 300- level psychology courses,(excluding: , , , , , , , ), one course from Languages or Science, one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding ), fourthree courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding: , , , , , , , , , , ). Honours Developmental Psychology with Thesis for Ontario St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates - Degree Completion Program Total courses:twenty, plus a minimum of an Ontario St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology Child and Youth Worker diploma with the following stipulation: fulfill the 20 course degree requirements if they were used by the College of Applied Arts and Technology to Major requirements: eleven courses including , one of: or ; , , , one of: , , ; , two of: , , , , , ; , ; (b) one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding: ). Other requirements: six courses including (a) ,01-151;02-250; (b) ; (c) three five courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding: , , 46- Third Year: , , , , one of: or ; , , one of: , , ; , twoone courses from Arts, Languages or Science, one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences. Fourth Year: , , , two of: , , , , , , one course from Languages or Science, one course from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences (excluding ), fivethree courses from any area of study, including Psychology (excluding: , , , , , , , , , , ). Honours Bachelor of Social Work for Ontario St. Clair College Child and Youth Worker Program Graduates Page 7 of 11

8 Total courses: 20, plus a minimum of an Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology Child and Youth Worker diploma with the following stipulation: In cases where a student previously completed a university course or courses, the course(s) will not be used to fulfill the 20 course degree requirements if they were used by the College of Applied Arts and Technology to grant advanced standing in the diploma or certificate program. In such cases, the Social Work Undergraduate Program Coordinator (or designate) will identify a substitute course requirement. Students are strongly advised to consult with a Social Work academic advisor before registering for Major requirements: , , , , , , , , , , , , (6.0 credit hours), (12 credit hours). Other requirements: (a) or equivalent; (b) One course from any area of study Recommended options (if any): Students who have previously taken or equivalent may substitute a social science course at the level or a level social work elective. Phasing out of previous curriculum: Program advisors will determine appropriate exceptions for students who are completing their program under the previous curriculum and who fall out of sequence. Program Sequencing Year 1: , , , , , , , , , one course from any area of study. Year 2: , , , , (6 credit hours), (12 credit hours). A.2 MINOR COURSE CHANGES REQUIRING ADDITIONAL RESOURCES OR AFFECTING DEGREE REQUIREMENTS If this is a minor course and calendar change (usually noted on a Form E) requiring additional resources or affecting degree requirements, please provide the current course information and the proposed new course information by cutting and pasting from the current undergraduate or graduate web calendar and clearly marking deletions with strikethrough (strikethrough) and additions/new information with bolding and underlining. Examples of minor course changes include: deleting courses, course description changes, pre/anti/corequisite changes, contact hour/lab requirement changes, course title changes, renumbering courses, and/or cross-listing courses. Minor course calendar changes, which do not require additional resources or do not affect degree requirements, should be submitted on a Form E. N/A B. RATIONALE Please provide a rationale for the proposed change(s). Bilateral to Multilateral Degree Completion Programs All Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) Child and Youth Worker (CYW) advanced (threeyear) diploma programs share a common set of learning outcomes mandated by the Ministry of Training, College and Universities (MTCU). An extensive review of CYW programs was conducted as part of the MTCUfunded Community Services transfer project and submitted to PDC and to Senate in support of the multilateral block transfer agreement for CYW graduates approved in May The block transfer agreement enables CYW graduates from all Ontario colleges to enrol in any FAHSS BA or four-year BSW program. The current bilateral degree completion programs for St. Clair CYW graduates recognize the particularly high affinity Page 8 of 11

9 between the CYW diploma program and University of Windsor disability studies, psychology and social work degree programs. These bilateral degree completion programs have attracted an increasing number of St. Clair CYW graduates since their approval in 2009 as well as an increasing number of enquiries from CYW graduates from other Ontario colleges. Given that the curricula of all Ontario college CYW programs share a high affinity with disability studies, psychology and social work programs, we believe it is appropriate at this time to amend the current degree completion agreements to include qualified graduates from all Ontario college CYW programs. It should also be noted that the movement from bilateral to multilateral agreements is consistent with both the MTCU and the University of Windsor commitment to facilitating postsecondary student mobility. Reference to Summer enrolment In order to maximize transfer student success, some universities (e.g., Wilfrid Laurier) require transfer students to complete a summer bridging program that includes core program courses (e.g., statistics, research methods). This approach is problematic for students whose CYW programs extend to the end of August (e.g., St. Clair CYW-Accelerated program) or who for financial or other reasons are unable to enroll until the fall semester. A required summer bridging program also works only if the institution can guarantee that the necessary courses will be offered and that there will be room in these courses for transfer students. At the same time, we want to make students aware of the possibility of summer enrolment so they can take advantage of this head start if they would like to do so. Recommendation to consult with academic advisor Although all Ontario CYW programs share the same learning outcomes, there are curricular differences that make it advisable for all students admitted to these degree completion programs to consult with an academic advisor prior to registration in order to map out their course choices. This recommendation is consistent with the practices at some other Ontario universities (e.g.,at Western, this is a requirement) and also with research on best practices for maximizing transfer student engagement and retention. Deletion of and as program requirements The curricula of Child and Youth Worker advanced diploma programs typically include one or two communications courses covering some or all of the material covered in and Further, three-year Advanced Diploma programs require a minimum of 1800 hours of instruction in English (compared to ~1440 hours of instruction in English for a four-year, 40 course degree program at the University of Windsor. For these academic reasons, and consistent with Senate Policy F4, these degree completion programs enable students to replace and with two other FAHSS courses. Exclusion of two psychology courses from degree completion programs Extensive analysis of Ontario CYW diploma programs indicates that all CYW graduates have covered the course content and fulfilled the learning outcomes associated with the second introductory psychology course (46-116: Introduction to Psychology as a Social Science) and the first developmental psychology course (46-223: Developmental Psychology: The Child). Other exclusions are not warranted, based on the curricular differences referenced above; the recommended course review with an academic advisor prior to course selection will enable students to choose courses that will be of most benefit. C. RESOURCES C.1 Available Faculty and Staff Resources (QAF sections 2.1.7, 2.1.8, and ) Describe all faculty and staff resources (e.g., administrative, teaching, supervision) from all affected areas/departments currently available and actively committed to support the program change(s). No change from current. The existing teaching and advising resources are already in place. C.1.1 Provide an assessment of faculty expertise available and committed to actively support the revised program. No change from current. The existing teaching and advising resources are already in place. Page 9 of 11

10 C.1.2 Describe the area s expected reliance on, and the role of adjunct, limited-term, and sessional faculty in delivering the revised program. No change from current. We do not expect that there will be any increased responsibility on adjunct/limited term/sessional instructors. They would be involved in the revised program as potential instructors of courses that the students would be taking. C.1.3 For graduate programs: Explain how supervisory loads will be distributed, and describe the qualifications and appointment status of faculty who will provide instruction and supervision in the revised program. N/A C.1.4 For graduate programs: Where appropriate to the revised program, provide evidence that financial assistance for graduate students will be sufficient to ensure adequate quality and numbers of students. N/A C.2 Other Available Resources Provide evidence that there are adequate resources available and committed to the revised program to sustain the quality of scholarship produced by undergraduate students as well as graduate students scholarship and research activities, including for example: staff support, library, teaching and learning support, student support services, space, equipment, facilities GA/TA There are adequate resources (instructors, academic advisors, GA/TA support, staff) to support these changes. These changes likely will not increase course size substantially, will not likely present additional work for staff members, and there are multiple academic advisors who can help the students select courses each semester, if needed. C.3 Resource Implications for Other Campus Units (MTCU sections 3 and 4) Describe the reliance of the proposed program revisions on existing resources from other campus units, including for example: existing courses, equipment or facilities outside the proposer s control, external resources requiring maintenance or upgrading using external resources Provide relevant details. No change from current. C.4 Anticipated New Resources (QAF sections 2.1.7, and 2.1.9; MTCU section 4) List all anticipated new resources originating from within the area, department or faculty (external grants, donations, government grants, etc.) and committed to supporting the revisions to this program. N/A C.5 Planned Reallocation of Resources and Cost-Savings (QAF section and 2.1.9; MTCU section 4) Identify all opportunities for internal reallocation of resources and cost savings identified and pursued by the area/department in support of the revisions to this program. (e.g., streamlining Page 10 of 11

11 existing programs and courses, deleting courses, etc.)? N/A C.6 Additional Resources Required Resources Requested (QAF section and 2.1.9) Describe all additional faculty, staff and GA/TA resources (in all affected areas and departments) required to run the revised program. Faculty: N/A Staff: N/A GA/TAs: N/A C.6.1 Describe all additional institutional resources and services required by all affected areas or departments to run the revised program, including library, teaching and learning support services, student support services, space and facilities, and equipment and its maintenance. Library Resources and Services: N/A Teaching and Learning Support: N/A Student Support Services: N/A Space and Facilities: N/A Equipment (and Maintenance): N/A Page 11 of 11

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