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FAHSS offers many curricular experiential learning opportunities. Click on your program to learn more!

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences offers the most popular programs on campus. We offer students the opportunity to spread their wings by integrating our curriculum with community partners, and employers locally and beyond.  Some of our Experiential Learning opportunities include:

  • Paid and Volunteer Internships (for select programs)
  • Research Projects
  • Service Learning Projects
  • Capstone courses
  • Practicums
  • Ignite Program
  • Several Co-curricular activities (Please note that not all co-curricular activities in FAHSS are currently listed as an opportunity for the Co-Curricular Record).

You can explore your career development and Experiential Learning opportunities with us! 

Click on any of the departments to see some of our exciting FAHSS experiences!

Aeronautics Leadership Program

Our Aeronautics Leadership Program offers advanced level facilities and all of the hours you need to achieve your goals to become a pilot through our industry partner Journey Air.

Journey Air’s Professional Pilot Training Program is designed to provide a student, with little or no experience, the knowledge and training required to become a licensed commercial pilot with a multi-engine instrument rating, within the first three years of study.

Aeronautics leadership students have 24/7 access Journey Air’s newly upgraded facilities, which include flight simulators, training areas, aircraft, lounges, classrooms, briefing rooms, and a maintenance hangar.

See our program guide for more information.

Anthrozoology

You love animals and want to know more about how humans and animals interact.  You can achieve a minor or a certificate in Anthrozoology and we also offer a capstone course where you can work with your professor to design your own unique learning experience.

Arts & Science

If you have a love for learning, you will love to see the world from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. Students in the Arts and Sciences excel in many academic areas.  In your final year, you will have the opportunity to complet your own research project.

Certificate in Arts Management

Our certificate in Arts Management provides students the opportunity to get an introduction to the management of arts organizations.  This includes taking courses in Business, and completing two internships.  We offer streams directed at students interested in Drama, Music and Visual Arts.

Disability Studies

Disabilities Studies provides students with the knowledge and experience-based practice they can use to advocate for:

  • Social justice,
  • Anti-oppressive needs, and
  • Accessibility for people with disabilities.

Through course work and community experience placements in disabilities settings, students learn advocacy skills to prepare for work in academic, health, social service and government organizations. We have courses and co-curricular activities that provide our students with opportunities to hone their advocacy skills.

Liberal Arts and Professional Studies

The Liberal Arts and Professional Studies program allows students to explore several different academic programs, have a flexible degree and acquire career-related course work.

LAPS students can select from any one of the following certificates:

Master of Fine Arts

Both the MFA in Visual Arts and the MFA in Media Arts focus on the studio and providing you with the opportunity to master your craft.

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

The Communication, Media. and Film Program offers internship courses for students who would like to obtain on-the-job skills in their area of specialization.

Learn more about our internship programs in Communication, Media and Film.

Courses with Experiential Learning

CMAF-2130 Podcasting and Internet Media
CMAF-2100 Speech Communication to inform
CMAF-2210 The Art of Photo-Blogging
CMAF-2310 Film Production
CMAF-3640 Media, Technology and the Environment
CMAF-4010 Advanced Topics in New Media and Digital Culture

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

In the creative arts sharing your talents is as important as mastering them. We offer several courses that put you on stage, in the community and in the hearts of audiences. Learn more about our performing arts opportunities and internships below:

Visual Arts

  • Our facilities provide students opportunities to engage with Bio Art, Digital Video Imaging, Digital Print, 3D Printing, Painting Drawing, Photography, and Sculpture. 
  • SOCA Gallery
  • SOCA Events

Visual Arts and the Built Environment

Music

 

Certificate in Arts Management

Our certificate in Arts Management provides students the opportunity to get an introduction to the management of arts organizations.  This includes taking courses in Business, and completing two internships.  We offer streams directed at students interested in Drama, Music and Visual Arts.

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

Whether your rehearsing, performing or mastering your craft, you will have an opportunity to work with professionals and amateurs alike. Explore some of our courses, performance opportunities, and spaces.

  • University Players
  • Performance Opportunities
  • Facilities
  • Courses

Courses with Experiential Learning 

DRAM-2150 Lighting Design
DRAM-1000 Nature of Theatre I
DRAM-3240 Performing Shakespeare
DRAM-2440 Directing I
DRAM-3710 Literacy in Action
DRAM-2500 Stage Managers
DRAM-4200 Graduation Recital

DRAM-4530 - 4580 Directed Studies in Performance
DRAM-4520 Directed Studies in Production
DRAM-1280. Improvisation and Introduction to Acting for the Theatre I 

DRAM-1290.Improvisation and Introduction to Acting for the Theatre II 
DRAM-2210.Voice for the Actor IV
DRAM-2230.Acting for the Theatre I
DRAM-2240. Acting for the Theatre II
DRAM-2250. Introductory Acting I
DRAM-2260.Movement for the Actor III
DRAM-2270.Movement for the Actor IV
DRAM-2350. Introductory Acting II
DRAM-2500. Stage Makeup
DRAM-2600. Drama in the Classroom: Principles and Theories
DRAM-2610. Drama in the Classroom: Applications I
DRAM-2670. Applied Theatre
DRAM-3170. Costume Design II
DRAM-3210. Acting-Work in Progress I
DRAM-3220. Acting-Work in Progress II
DRAM-3230. Acting-Work in Progress III
DRAM-3240. Performing Shakespeare
DRAM-3250. Intermediate Acting III
DRAM-3260. Voice and Movement for the Actor I
DRAM-3270. Voice and Movement for the Actor II
DRAM-3510. Production Problems
DRAM-3520. Production Problems 
DRAM-3530. Production Problems: Stage Management
DRAM-3600. Drama in the Classroom: Applications II
DRAM-3780. Theatre for Social Action
DRAM-3840. Creative Movement and Voice II
DRAM-3980. Internship I: Arts Management Certificate
DRAM-3990. Internship II: Arts Management Certificate
DRAM-4210. Television Performance
DRAM-4290. Character Study
DRAM-4390. Directed Studies in History, Theory, or Theatre Administration 
DRAM-4490. Directed Studies in Direction
DRAM-4510. Advanced Shakespeare Performance
DRAM-4700. Theatre for Young Audiences
DRAM-4710. Drama and Community: Applications
DRAM-4790. Directed Studies in Drama in Education and Community





Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

Writing, it is what you do. Learn about all of the many opportunities to sharpen your craft in the English Department:

 

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

Our department gives you the opportunity to practice your knowledge in many places in the Public History Practicum. From museums, historical societies heritage sites to social media, you will be able to see your curriculum in action. Learn more

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers many opportunities to gain experiences on campus and abroad. Click through the links below to learn more!

  • GRST-4020. Practicum in Classical Archaeology (see pictures of this exciting course)
  • INCS - 3570 Directed Studies Abroad I  & II - These courses are an in-depth analysis of differences and similarities between Canadian culture and the host culture. (Note: this is a Distance Education course offered in English which is available only to students on exchange through Windsor International at a location where English is not the local language.)
  • INCS - 4990 Internship in Intercultural Studies - The Internship will expose students to the services and activities available for recent immigrants by placing them in agencies where they will shadow mentors accommodating the needs of non-English-speakers.
  • Pack your bags, do an exchange and sharpen your language skills in foreign lands (Exchange Opportunities)
  • If your GPA is above 85%, consider applying for the Outstanding Scholars program. Do research, get paid, have a mentor.

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who complete a W2B course receive university credit.

There are many opportunities at UWindsor for you to get involved and build your resume as a Philosophy student on campus.

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

You want a career related to politics. In our department, you will have the opportunity to build your network before you graduate. See the many opportunities that you can find in our courses and beyond:

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

There are many ways to get involved as a Psychology student.  From working/volunteering with community partners to on-campus engagement you will a lot of opportunity to become known and meet key contacts throughout your undergraduate degree:

Graduate students have access to many opportunities to engage with research and our community.

Courses

PSYC-2180. Everyday Conflicts and Their Resolution
PSYC-3310.    Conducting Research in Psychology
PSYC-3500. Practical Strategies for Social Change: Intervening to Prevent Sexual Assault
PSYC-4280 Practicum in Developmental Psychology
PSYC-4290 Practicum in Psychology
PSYC-4500. Practicum in Social Change
PSYC-4960. Thesis: Seminar
PSYC-4970.    Thesis: Research

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

As a Sociology, Anthropology or Criminology student you have the opportunity to be involved on campus through student clubs, Experiential Learning opportunities and more.

Courses with Experiential Education

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

Courses with Experiential Learning

The profession of Social Work has rigorous requirements for Experiential Education. Students are required to complete field education courses and a minimum of 700 hours in supervised field practice in a human service organization or community setting.  

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

 

Courses

WGST-3500. Practical Strategies for Social Change: Intervening to Prevent Sexual Assault
WGST-3550. Feminist Social Work Practice
WGST-4500. Practicum in Social Change

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a service-learning opportunity that builds teams of students and connects them with local partners. As an ASB team member, you will engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection. 

Bystander Initiative

The Bystander Initiative is a UWindsor initiative to end sexual violence.  

Career Development

Job search, interviews, résumés and career exploration are all critical skills for your future.  No matter what program you are in, our Career Development Office is ready to help you build a brilliant future.  

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-curricular Record details students activities, as well as the corresponding skills that have been gained from each activity. The CCR complements a resume and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.

Entrepreneurship

Do you want to learn how to open your own business? You can sign up to one of several EPICentre programs to learn more about this exciting career possibility and get the support and resources you need to explore owning your own business!

Exchange

The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently, we have a variety of programs in a variety of countries, involving many different partner institutions, including every continent except Antarctica. Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.

LEAD Scholars Program

Demonstrate your capacity to be engaged with your community, including your sense of leadership, engagement, application, and discovery in our FAHSS LEAD Scholars program.  Sign up and participate today to start earning your LEAD Scholars medallion at convocation!

Ontario Universities International (OUI)

Ontario Universities International maintains partnerships with universities in Jiangsu province (China), in the region of Rhône-Alpes (France), in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), and in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and the New Delhi Region (India). OUI works to assist students across Ontario with short-stay to one-year exchanges from virtually every academic program offered in Ontario universities. Learn more about the many exciting opportunities offered by OUI.

Outstanding Scholars

Do you have a strong GPA? Do you love to do research? Do you want to work and be mentored by a professor in your academic discipline? Learn more about what it takes to be part of our Outstanding Scholars Program!

Student Government

The University of Windsor offers three levels of student government including the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA - for Undergraduate Students), Graduate Student Society (GSA) and the Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS). You can join clubs, societies, participate in student-run events or become elected as a student representative.  

Walls to Bridges (W2B)

Walls to Bridges (W2B) is the Canadian adaptation of the American program, Inside-Out, which partners universities with correctional institutions. This partnership, which involves the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services in Ontario, offers university credit courses to university and incarcerated students inside jails, prisons, and community correctional sites. All students who successfully complete a W2B course receive a university credit.

See UWindsor Experience Maps to plan your path to an exciting career!