City Studies Workshop I provides training in a range of career-oriented research, consulting, and professional skills. Through a series of 4-week modules, students will develop professional practice oriented skills, such as conducting public consultations, participating in design charrettes, making public presentations, writing policy briefing notes, conducting stakeholder interviews, working with community partner organizations, organizing and running public debates, and participant observation of council meetings and policy processes at Toronto City Hall.
8.0 credits including CITB02H3 and 1.0 credit at the B-level in CIT courses
This course is designed for students in Years 3 and 4 of their programs. Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Specialist and Major/Major Co-op programs in City Studies.