|CYC 103: Community Resources and Legislation|
|CYC 104: Introduction to Child and Youth Care Professional Practice|
|CYC 106: Relational Practices in Child and Youth Care|
|CYC 111: Therapeutic Activities Programming|
|CYC 112: Group Dynamics|
|CYC 211: Assessment, Recording, and Documentation|
|CYC 212: Family Dynamics|
|CYC 157: Child and Adolescent Development|
|CYC 159: Internship 1|
|CYC 161: Integrative Seminar 1|
|CYC 209: Response to Abuse|
|CYC 216: Interviewing and Counselling|
|CYC 201: Integrative Seminar 2|
|CYC 208: Psychology of Mental Health and Illness|
|CYC 214: Internship 2: Clinical Skills|
|CYC 215: Internship 2: Personal Skills|
|CYC 217: Internship 2: Organizational Skills|
|CYC 258: Internship 3|
|CYC 320: Relational Child and Youth Care Practice 3|
|CYC 321: Human Sexuality|
|CYC 323: Philosophies of Care|
|CYC 353: Integrative Seminar 3|
Current students, please make sure to review your MyHumber Academic Progress report to confirm which courses you should register into for your Winter semester. Courses with in-person requirements will likely also have online components. Humber may need to change plans for in-person learning, subject to government and public health directives and/or additional health and safety considerations.
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Field placements are a critical component of this program. There is an exciting variety of innovative and traditional field placements available in and around the Greater Toronto Area. Field placements can also be arranged in your own community and all are unpaid. Humber has established partnerships with agencies, schools, etc., that provide field placements. For the first placement, opportunities tend to be school-based and assigned. The second and third field placements are chosen by students from a list of opportunities then matched by the school. First and third field placements are three days a week and the second field placement is four days a week through the summer. This provides students with more than 1,000 hours of practical CYC experience.
Our advisory committee is made up of people with extensive experience in the child and youth care profession and represent a variety of settings in which child and youth care practitioners are employed. Many are also members of the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Counsellors.
With our program, you can enjoy the rewards of a career where you make a meaningful difference in the lives of children and youth.
Our graduates have employment opportunities in a variety of settings including:
Child and Youth Care Educational Accreditation Board of Canada
This program is accredited by the Child and Youth Care Educational Accreditation Board of Canada.
Council of Canadian Child and Youth Care Associations
Graduates may apply to become members of the Council of Canadian Child and Youth Care Associations.
Child and Youth Care, Bachelor of
Credential: Honours Degree
Length: 8 semesters
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Watch the video to find out more about why our graduates entered the program. Humber’s diploma is the one most frequently recognized as qualifying people to work therapeutically with children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioural, psychiatric and social difficulties.
Tonia Richards Receives President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
Wed, October 28, 2020
Congratulations to Professor Tonia Richards for receiving the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Community Development Students Fight Covid-19 Isolation using Community Worker Skills
Mon, October 05, 2020
Victoria Bent, Dana Kinsley, and Jean Luc Blanchard are three Community Development Degree students applying theory to practice in their own lives.
No news at this time.
Faculty of Social & Community Services News
FSCS-USIL COIL Project Featured in Community Colleges for International Development Magazine
Global Learning & International Initiatives
Sat, October 10, 2020
In February, Senior Dean Derek Stockley, Stephanie Byer and Rebecca Fitzgerald presented at the Community Colleges for International Development.
Adapting Exhibits to Pandemic Times
Wed, October 07, 2020
The initial shutdown caused great disruption to the academic communities of Humber College and the work of the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre.
No news at this time.
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On October 21, 2019, the Provincial Government of Ontario announced the renaming of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) to the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU). Both names may appear on this website.