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The Faculty of Human Sciences at Saint Paul University offers a Graduate Diploma in Social Organization Development, a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Social Innovation and a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Social Innovation.
Based on the linking of theory with practice, these programs provide students with the main analytical frameworks and approaches needed to meet the current challenges facing social organizations and allows them to understand the dynamics and multiple impacts of social innovations to assess and structure them more efficiently.
These programs are directed at a specific clientele: candidates interested in working towards social change and candidates already working in that domain (employees and managers of social organizations, social entrepreneurs, activists, community workers, trade unionists, members of cooperatives and some workers from the public and semi-state sectors) who wish to acquire skills in academic research and analysis of innovation and social transformation.
Certificate and Diploma Programs
The School of Social Innovation of the Faculty of Human Sciences at Saint Paul University offers a Graduate Diploma in Social Organization Development.
The study and practice of social organization development cover the creation, the consolidation and the strengthening of organizations working in the social field (NPOs, social movements, foundations, charities, co-ops, etc.).
This program is directed at a specific clientele: People already working in the field (employees and management of social organizations, social entrepreneurs, activists, community workers, trade unionists, members of cooperatives and some workers from the public and parapublic sectors), or people who already have professional experience but wish to reorient their careers and start their own innovative project.
The program, based on the linking of theory with practice, provides students with the main analytical frameworks and approaches needed to meet the current challenges facing social organizations.
The Faculty of Theology at Saint Paul University offers a variety of graduate programs placing critical thought at the service of faith. Scripture and Tradition are essential foundations of theology. In the Faculty of Theology, theological research is enriched by a solid understanding of biblical and patristic sources in accord with the Catholic intellectual tradition.
The Faculty of Theology values sound research and teaching that serve the Church and the common good of the wider society. It offers various programs for people who are preparing for a particular ministry or who seek to pursue critical research in 1 of the fields of theology, including Biblical Studies, Eastern Christian Studies, Ethics, Spirituality, Systematic and Historical Theology, as well as Practical Theology.
The Faculty of Human Sciences at Saint Paul University offers the Master of Arts (MA) in Transformative Leadership and Spirituality. This degree highlights personal and social transformation, critical analysis and practice-based learning.
Integrating the spiritual, ethical and transformative dimensions of leadership, this program is designed to build leadership capacity for encouraging the personal, social, cultural and systemic change required to meet the challenges of the 21st century. It allows participants to identify and develop their leadership capabilities to become transformative agents within their respective environments.