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Race Relations

Available at: Online part-time


As technology brings the peoples of the world closer together and political barriers tumble, racial discrimination, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance continue to ravage our societies. Even globalization and Canadian multiculturalism carries risks that can lead to exclusion and increased inequality, very often along racial and ethnic lines. “isms” – sexism, ageism, anti- Semitism, racism, and so forth – represent one of the most destructive aspects of human social behaviour.

This innovative on-line program is a direct response to the learning needs identified by a broad range of representatives from various human services and justice agencies who recognize that racial inequity and negative stereotyping such as racial profiling is the most significant social problem of our day. The five-course certificate in Race Relations will give the learner measures of prevention and education aimed at the eradication of racism, racial discrimination and related intolerance. Learners will examine diversity issues on a national and international level, critical differences in cross-cultural communication, and sources, causes, forms and contemporary manifestations in this area.

To successfully complete this program, participants must complete five (5) compulsory courses.




  • The demand for part-time courses has increased to the point that we recommend you register early to ensure your acceptance into the course.
  • Online courses are easily identified by CS at the beginning of the course code (i.e. CSSE 65 Accounting Basics 1)
  • Textbooks and additional materials may be required for these courses. YOU are responsible for purchasing your textbooks and any additional materials for all courses. Please make a note of your course code (CS##) and see the bottom of this page for book order procedure.

Visit the Online and Continuing Education catalogue for course details and to register.


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Race Relations

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Online part-time

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Program Outline 2016-17

CSSF 7 Interpersonal and Group Dynamics
CSLO 103 Racism & Discrimination
CSLO 77 Introduction to Intercultural Communication
CSNO 1 First Nations Peoples
CSDU 117 Diversity and First Nations

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Articulation & Credit Transfer Opportunities

Formal and informal pathways offer SLC graduates the chance to continue their studies with post-secondary institutions across Canada and around the world. Those that follow are specific to this program:

    For details on Credit Transfer within Ontario please visit:


    '2007-2010 started as an F&B Intern immediately following graduation and worked way up to the Assistant Director of Food & Beverage at the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino 2010-Present Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Sub Chief

    Shelley Jacobs

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