Admission into this module is a two-step process:
Completion of first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 70% in these principal courses: 1.0 from Sociology 1000-level courses, and 1.0 from Family Studies and Human Development (formerly Family Studies) 1000-level courses, with no mark below 60%. It is recommended that students take Psychology 1000.
To register in this module, students are required to submit a Community Development Application Form by February 28 (late applications will be considered at the discretion of the program). Because of the community placement requirement of this module, each student who has applied to the program will be interviewed for suitability for admission. Normally, interviews will be completed by March 30, with interviews prioritized by year of each student's program (e.g., students entering 4th year will be interviewed first). Enrolment in this module is limited. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee that students wishing to transfer into this module will be offered enrolment. Priority will be given to students already registered at Brescia.
0.5 courses from: Writing 1020F/G, Writing 2101F/G, to be taken no later than the 3rd year, and preferably during 1st or 2nd year.
3.0 courses: Family Studies and Human Development 2300F/G or the former Family Studies 2300F/G, Family Studies and Human Development 3325A/B or the former Family Studies 3325A/B, Family Studies and Human Development 4220A/B or the former Family Studies 4220A/B; Sociology 2205A/B, Sociology 2215A/B; Family Studies 3230A/B or Sociology 3322A/B or Sociology 3307F/G.
1.0 courses from: any of the Family Studies and Human Development (formerly Family Studies) 2000-level courses.
1.0 courses from: any of the Family Studies and Human Development (formerly Family Studies) 3000-level courses.
2.0 courses from: any of Family Studies and Human Development (formerly Family Studies) 2000-, 3000-, or 4000-level courses, Psychology 2041, Psychology 2050, Psychology 2075, Psychology 2410A/B, Psychology 2620A/B, Psychology 3434E, Psychology 2054A/B or Sociology 2142A/B, Religious Studies 2151A/B or Religious Studies 2266F/G or Religious Studies 2288E, Sociology 2267A/B, Sociology 3333F/G, Sociology 3335A/B, Sociology 3341F/G, Sociology 3360F/G, Sociology 4496E.
1.5 courses: Sociology 3330F/G and then Sociology 3331F/G, concurrent with Sociology 3334A/B.