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2014-15 SGS Calendar

Collaborative Programs

Workplace Learning and Social Change

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Lead Faculty

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE)

Participating Degree Programs

Adult Education and Community DevelopmentMA, MEd, PhDIndustrial Relations and Human ResourcesMIRHR, PhDRehabilitation ScienceMSc, PhDSocial Justice EducationMA, MEd, PhD, EdDWomen and Gender StudiesMA

Overview

The Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change is particularly suited to students interested in developing their understanding of work and learning trends in Canada and internationally, with a focus on the relationships between workplace learning and social change. The program has three intellectual objectives:

1. to situate workplace learning within broader social trends such as globalization, neo-liberalism, and organizational restructuring;

2. to allow exploration of the connections between learning as an individual phenomenon and learning as a social/organizational and public policy phenomenon; and

3. to highlight the learning strategies that seek to foster social change through greater equality of power, inclusivity, participatory decision-making, and economic democracy.

Applicants to participating programs who are interested in participating in the collaborative program must apply to and be accepted by both the departmental and the collaborative program. For admission, applicants should submit a statement of interest to the Director.

Upon successful completion of the degree requirements of the participating home department and the collaborative program, students receive the notation Completed Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social Change on their transcript and parchment.

Contact and Address

Web:www.oise.utoronto.ca/lhae/Programs/Collaborative_Programs/Workplace_Learning_and_Change.html

Collaborative Program in Workplace Learning and Social ChangeOntario Institute for Studies in EducationUniversity of Toronto252 Bloor Street WestToronto, Ontario M5S 1V6Canada

Programs

Master's Level

Admission Requirements

Applicants must apply to and be admitted to both the collaborative program and a graduate degree program in one of the collaborating departments.

Applicants must submit a statement of interest which includes:

relevant personal and/or professional experiences and motivation in seeking training in workplace learning and social change (all applicants)

a brief outline of their proposed research project (thesis students)

indication of their preference of supervisor, if any (thesis students).

Program Requirements

Individual student programs of study must meet the requirements of both the home department and the collaborative program. Normally, the selection of courses to satisfy the collaborative program requirements will not extend the program length.

Course requirements are as follows:

0.5 core full-course equivalent (FCE) (WPL 1131H Introduction to Workplace Learning and Social Change)

0.5 elective full-course equivalent(FCE) in the area of workplace learning and social change

In addition, students in a thesis-based MA program will be required to complete a thesis which incorporates issues of workplace learning and social change.A member of the collaborative program core faculty will serve as supervisor or committee member.

Doctoral Level

Admission Requirements

Applicants should apply to the collaborating degree program that corresponds most closely to their general background and interests.

Applicants must submit a statement of interest which includes:

relevant personal and/or professional experiences and motivation in seeking training in workplace learning and social change (all applicants)

a brief outline of their proposed research project

indication of their preference of supervisor, if any.

Program Requirements

Doctor of Education

Offered to students in theSocial Justice Education program only.

Individual student programs of study must meet the requirements of both the home department and the collaborative program.Normally, the selection of courses to satisfy the collaborative program requirements will not extend the program length.

Course requirements are as follows:

0.5 core full-course equivalent(FCE) (WPL 3931H Advanced Studies in Workplace Learning and Social Change)

0.5 elective FCEin the area of workplace learning and social change

In addition, students will be required to complete a thesis which incorporates issues of workplace learning and social change. A member of the collaborative program core faculty will serve as supervisor or committee member.

Doctor of Philosophy

Individual student programs of study must meet the requirements of both the home department and the collaborative program.Normally, the selection of courses to satisfy the collaborative program requirements will not extend the program length.

Course requirements are as follows:

0.5 core full-course equivalent(FCE) (WPL 3931H Advanced Studies in Workplace Learning and Social Change)

0.5 elective FCEin the area of workplace learning and social change

In addition, students will be required to complete a thesis which incorporates issues of workplace learning and social change. A member of the collaborative program core faculty will serve as supervisor or committee member.

Course List

Not all elecive courses are offered each year. Refer to thecourse schedulefor current course offerings.

Master's-LevelCore Course

WPL 1131H

Introduction to Workplace Learning and Social Change

Master's-LevelElectives

The list of electives is subject to change.

HSJ 2942H

Education and Work

HSJ 2999H

Special Topics in Sociological Research in Education

LHA 1113H

Gender and Race at Work

LHA 1117H

Consulting Skills for Adult Educators

LHA 1119H

Creating a Learning Organization

LHA 1131H

Special Topics in Adult Education (Master's)

LHA 1141H

Organizations and the Adult Educator: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Organization Development

LHA 1145H

Participatory Research in the Community and the Workplace

LHA 1148H

An Introduction to Workplace, Organizational, and Economic Democracy

LHA 1150H

Critical Perspectives on Organization Theory, Development, and Practice

LHA 1156H

Power and Difference in the Workplace

LHA 1182H

Non Profits, Co-operatives and the Social Economy

LHA 1185H

Leadership in Organizations: Changing Perspectives

LHA 1186H

Perspectives on Organizational Change

LHA 1195H

Technology@Work: The Internet in Workplace Learning and Change

IRE 1362H

Organizational Behaviour

IRE 1611H

Sociology of Industrial Relations

IRE 1615H

Labour and Globalization

IRE 1620H

Labour Relations Problems in Historical Perspective

WGS 486 / WGS 1020H

Special Topics in Feminist Studies

WPL 2944H

Sociology of Learning and Social Movements

Doctoral-LevelCore Course

WPL 3931H

Advanced Studies in Workplace Learning and Social Change

Doctoral-LevelElectives

The list of electives is subject to change. Doctoral students can select an elective course from the list aboveortake one of the following to meet their elective requirement:

LHA 3131H

Special Topics in Adult Education

LHA 3183H

Mapping Social and Organizational Relations in Education

WPL 2944H

Sociology of Learning and Social Movements

Program Committee

Industrial Relations and Human Resources

Verma, Anil - BTech, MBA, Dphil

Leadership, Higher and Adult Education

Mirchandani, Kiran - BA, MPH, PhDMojab, Shahrzad - BA, MEd, EdDQuarter, Jack - PhDSawchuk, Peter - BSc, BEd, PhD(Director)

Rehabilitation Science

Kirsh, Bonnie - BSc(OT), MEd, PhD

Social Justice Education

TBA

Women and Gender Studies

Song, Jesook - BA, PhD

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