Settlement Studies

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Settlement Studies

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Program delivery notes

* For students who have completed the Community Support Worker certificate program and are applying directly to Year 2.

This program is also offered in HyFlex delivery.

Post-Graduation Work Permit

The in-person delivery of this program meets the eligibility criteria for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program for international students.

What it costs for September 2022

The amounts listed are based on a full-time course load and are estimates, so should not be used as actual numbers. All amounts listed are in Canadian (CAD) currency.

If you are planning on taking a part-time course load, try our tuition and fees estimator to get an idea of how much it will cost you.

Tuition estimate+ Fees estimate= Total estimate
Term 1 $2,718.75 + $1,152.50 = $3,871.25
Term 2 $3,443.75 + $878.50 = $4,322.25
Term 3 $2,354.52 + $1,066.50 = $3,421.02
Term 4 $2,354.52 + $627.50 = $2,982.02
Term 5 $1,962.10 + $652.50 = $2,614.60
Total estimate $12,833.64 + $4,377.50 = $17,211.14

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Tuition estimate+ Fees estimate= Total estimate
Term 1 $6,808.50 + $1,152.50 = $7,961
Term 2 $8,624.10 + $878.50 = $9,502.60
Term 3 $5,833.56 + $1,066.50 = $6,900.06
Term 4 $5,833.56 + $627.50 = $6,461.06
Term 5 $4,861.30 + $652.50 = $5,513.80
Total estimate $31,961.02 + $4,377.50 = $36,338.52

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NorQuest College Student Financial Aid helps you see the financial resources you are eligible for. The Settlement Studies program qualifies for several funding options.

Courses for September 2022

You must complete 22 courses to graduate. Courses are listed by term to show the recommended path to completing the program in two years as a full-time student. See Part-time study options for what you should know if you choose to study part-time.

Courses marked with (O) are available through Open Studies.

​Credits needed for full-time status: 9 credits per term

Term 1 - 16 weeks, 5 courses
Written Communication COMM1007 (O)3 credits
Utilizing Technology COMP1016 (O)3 credits
Family Dynamics in Settlement Work SETT10303 credits
Determining Client Needs SETT10403 credits
Introduction to Settlement Work I: Global Context SETT10003 credits
Term 2 - 16 weeks, 6 courses
Term 3 - 16 weeks, 4 courses
Term 4 - 16 weeks, 4 courses
Term 5 - 16 weeks, 3 courses

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