Schedule and Tuition Fees for 2018-2019

Module 1 – Foundational Principles of CSR and Sustainability

Mid Oct., 2018 (Wednesday to Friday) on St. Michael's campus in mid town Toronto

Module 2 – The Elements of CSR and Sustainability

Early May, 2019  (Monday to Friday) on St. Michael's campus in mid town Toronto

Module 3 – Bringing it all together and Convocation at University of Toronto

Early November 2019  (Wednesday to Friday) on St. Michael's campus in mid town Toronto.
Followed by University Convocation on Saturday.

(N.B. This date is determined following the setting of the date of Convocation)

CSR Capstone Project - (to be completed by September, 2019)

Students will complete a company focused or personal capstone project under the mentorship of faculty and co-learners.  Participants have used this opportunity to create CSR or Sustainability Strategies for their company, design and implement stakeholder engagement programs or launch community investment initiatives.

CSR Assignments – (to be completed at any time between October 2018 and September 2019)

Students will complete a CSR/Sustainability Book Review Assignment and conduct 1 more assignment where they can choose one of the following: 1) CSR/Sustainability GAP Assessment of their organization, 2) completion of 5 International Society of Sustainability Professionals exam preparatory modules, or 3) present a topic in a "Best Practice" Webinar.

Download the Assignment Summary Here

Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees: $8400 (Cdn) if paid in one installment or two installments of $4,450 (Cdn) each. A Reservation Fee of $ 840.00 is required at the time of Acceptance in the Program to hold your space.   First installment due by July, 2018 and second Installment due by April 30, 2019. Fees include best selling books:  The New Sustainability Advantage (Bob Willard), The Sustainability Champion's Handbook (Bob Willard), Ethics Text Book, Leadership Reflection book, novel, print materials and access to web based resources as well as meals and refreshments on campus. Travel costs and accommodation for out of town participants remain the responsibility of individuals or their employers.

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