Cricket management courses to expand with new curriculum
Canada’s public and private universities are looking to add a new category of management courses for the 2019-2020 academic year to better serve their students.
The new curriculum will allow universities to focus on a single discipline and add courses tailored to students in a single year.
Under the new curriculum, all the courses are grouped under the heading “Continence Management,” and the emphasis will be on health, wellness, and education.
The focus on health will be added to the existing courses on prevention and physical activity.
The courses are designed to be completed in one year, with the focus on addressing health-related concerns.
The next two years are expected to focus more on teaching students about the issues of obesity and sexual assault, as well as sexual harassment and stalking.
Under this curriculum, students will also have access to online courses, and they can take their courses offline.
Universities can choose to offer either a one- or two-year curriculum.
This new curriculum allows universities to increase the number of courses offered and focus more resources on the issues they face.
While the emphasis is on prevention, many of the courses will also address issues surrounding alcohol abuse and mental health.
University of Toronto professor of education, David Schmitt, said in a statement that “the new curriculum is an important first step in helping students and their families take advantage of the latest science and technology, and to enhance the lives of students and staff.”
The announcement comes as the university continues to work to address the issue of sexual assault and harassment on campus.
According to a recent report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, more than half of university students experience sexual assault or harassment.
“While this curriculum will provide a solid foundation for the next two- and three-year academic years, it will also give students and faculty a strong platform to explore the ways they can respond,” Schmitt said.
The university also announced it will work with the Ontario Ministry of Health to establish a centre to support sexual assault survivors and their family members.