Applied Arts Bachelor’s Degrees
This program addresses the need arising for the integration of services and programs focusing on the child, the family and the community. There is increasing demand for highly skilled professionals firmly grounded in early childhood development, multidisciplinary and family practice.
The Therapeutic Recreation Program is a new interdisciplinary degree, whose graduates are able to analyze, design, implement, and evaluate therapeutic interventions. Therapeutic interventions are activities in recreation, arts, and crafts that are designed to achieve therapeutic outcomes in the physical, psychological, social, cognitive, and spiritual domains. The activities are designed to prevent harm to an individual or group, or to rehabilitate an individual’s or group’s capacity to obtain their full potential.
This is collaborative BScN Degree in partnership with York University provides intensive classroom instruction in theoretical and nursing practice. In addition, students study human anatomy, physiology, complementary subjects in general education and complete a minimum of 1,700 hours of clinical experience.
"I'm challenged, rewarded and awed by my patients every day, and truly see it as an honor to care for them at their most vulnerable. Seneca was instrumental in helping me to build a solid foundation on which I could develop my career in nursing.”
Seneca graduate Emeline Thompson, RN, BA, BScN