1 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT College of Social Work and Community Development University of the Philippines-Diliman REVISED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRADUATE PROGRAMS April 19, 2006 A. General Thrust of the Proposed Community Development Graduate Program The graduate curricula in Community Development are post-baccalaureate academic programs design for advanced knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for competent leadership in the conceptualization, development and management of participatory, gender responsive and empowering Commnuity Development programs as well as in working effectively with women and men in various groups, organizational and community settings. With the increasing number of schools and organization offering courses in Community Development in both formal and informal setting, the graduate program is a preparation too for teaching the discipline. Diploma in Community Development (DCD): The Dip CD program is designed as an intermediate program to reinforce professional training and experience in Community Development. Master in Community Development (MCD): The MCD programs are designed as advanced training in Community Development with three areas of studies namely; 1) Community Organizing Practice, (COP); 2) Community Development Planning (CDP); 3) Community Leadership and Organizational Development (CLOD); Two tracks are offered from which students can choose defending on their interesr and needs. o MCD plan A: with thesis but no Comprehensive Examination o MCD Plan B: wthout thesis but with Comprehensive Examination B. Curricular Features The curricular program of the department of community development is composed of the following: Major Courses: designed to provide a firm foundation of the basic theories, approaches, strategies and programs in community development within the context of Philippine communities. : development of particular competencies in three areas deemed curial to advancement in both theory and practice, namely: CO practice, CD and planning community leadership and organizational development. The students take the required number of courses in one area of study or by combination by freely taking courses from any of the three areas of study.
2 CD Electives/Cognates: concerned within analysis of selected issues and problems of the development of the broader understanding of the CD discipline or allied or related disciplines. Field Work Courses: a direct field practice, providing varied opportunities for the field-testing of knowledge gained in the field. C. Curricular Framework of the Diploma and Master in Community Development Program Requirements Diploma CD MCD Plan A MCD Plan B Major Courses * 9 9 CD Electives** or - 6 Cognates*** Field Courses**** Thesis 6 - Comprehensive Required Required Examination Total *To be taken in one area of study or combination from the three areas of study ** Any 200 level CD courses *** Any 200 level courses outside of CD but related to CD such as social work, women and development, public administration, urban and regional planning, economics, political science, anthropology, history, geography, psychology, labor and relations and education. **** To be taken in summer
3 LIST OF COURSES MAJOR COURSES (21-units) CD 201 CD 202 CD 221 CD 231 CD 241 CD 291 CD 292 Social Structures and Processes in the Philippine Communities. Analysis of the development of the Philippine communities from a historical, socio-economic, political and gender perspective, with emphasis on the problems and prospects of Community Development. 3 units. Development Theories in Community Development. Analysis of development perspectives in the context of the local, national and global realities. 3 units. Advanced Community Organizing. Theories, strategies, processes and techniques in gender responsive, empowering and sustainable community organizing practice. 3 units. Community Development Planning. Participatory and gender responsive community development planning, perspective processes and techniques. 3 units. Community Leadership and Organizational Development. Theory, practice and respective in community leadership and participatory organizational development within the context of community development. Prerequisite: CD 201/COI. 3 units. Community Development Research I. Fundamentals of social research (qualitative and quantitative) as applied to community development. 3 units. Community Development Research II. Application of community development research. Prerequisite: CD units AREAS OF STUDY (9 units to be taken in one area of study or across the three areas of study) CO Practice CD 222 Community Mobilization and Advocacy. Participatory, gender respective and rights-based approaches, strategies and practices for community mobilization and advocacy. Prerequisites: CD 201 and CD units.
4 CD 225 CD 226 CD 227 Community Organizing and Social Movements. Perspectives and approaches in the application of community organizing to social movements for community and social change. Prerequisite: CD 201, CD units. Re-building Displaced Communities. Perspectives, processes and issues in re-building displaced communities affected by development projects, conflicts, socio-political seclusion and discrimination. Prerequisite: CD 201, CD units. Community Conflict Resolution and Peace Building Strategies for Community Development. Theory and practice in community conflicts resolution and peace building with focus on the dimensions of class, gender, identity and resource use competition. Prerequisite: CD 201, CD units. CD Planning and Administration CD 232 CD 233 CD 234 CD 235 CD 236 CD 237 Development and Management of CD Programs and Projects. Participatory approaches to the development and management of sustainable and gender responsive programs and projects for community development. 3 units. Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation in Community Development. Concepts, principles, processes and tools in participatory monitoring and evaluation of community development programs and projects. 3 units. Community Based Resource Management. Concepts, principles, processes, trends and issues in community-based resource management. 3 units. Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM). Perspectives and practice in disaster risk prevention mitigation,preparedness, response and rehabilitation through community based ppproach. Prerequisite: CD 231/COI. 3units. Community Enterprise and Cooperatives Development. Perspectives, approaches, tools, trends and issues in the development and management of community enterprises and cooperatives. Prerequisite: CD 231/COI. 3 units. National and International Policies, Legislation and Covenants in Community Development. Survey of selected national and international development policies, legislation and covenants and their implications to community development. Prerequisites: CD 201, CD units.
5 Community Leadership and Organizational Development CD 242 CD 243 Community Development Training. Perspectives and practice in planning, conducting and evaluating participatory training for community groups, development practitioners and professionals. Managing Conflicts in Community-Based and Social Development Organizations. Perspectives and practice in the management and resolution of interpersonal and group conflicts in community-based and service-oriented organizations. Prerequisite: CD 241/COI. 3 units. Seminar Course CD 271 Seminar in Community Development Practice. May be taken twice, topics to be indicated. 3 units. Field Instruction CD 280 Field Instruction Thesis and Comprehensive Examination CD 300 Thesis-MCD Plan A Comprehensive Examination- MCD Plan B
6 D. Curricular Schedule For Plan A, full time students: First Year First Semester Second Semster CD 201 CD 202 CD 221 CD 241 CD 231 CD 292 CD 291 Area of study Summer CD 280 Second Year First Semester Second Semester Residency Thesis For Plan B, full time students: First year First Semester Second Semester CD 201 CD 202 CD 221 CD 241 CD 231 CD 292 CD 291 Summer CD 280 Second year First Semester Second Semester CD Electives/Cognates CD Electives/Cognates Residency Compre For part time students: the order in the schedule will be followed in the taking of the courses. It is preferred that CD 280 is taken after the completion of all courses.
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