Discover how the study of crime and its control intersects with social life and connects to the pursuit of justice in the 21st Century.
The Criminology program focuses not only on crime and criminal justice, but also on processes of criminalization and social regulation. The program’s interdisciplinary approach is reflected in complementary relationships with a number of other academic disciplines including anthropology, history, philosophy, political science, psychology, socio-legal studies, and sociology. Students are able to choose courses from these disciplines as well as from the core program courses, each of which draws from a range of disciplines and is devoted to making connections between different areas of study.
Faculty: Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Degree Options: Double Major, Single Major
Research / Other Activities
Yes (Honours Only)
The objective of our Criminology program is to provide you with a strong foundation as well as transferrable skills (analytical, research, writing, and communication) that are valued by both public and private employers in a variety of criminal justice-related fields.
|Police Officer||Lawyer||Policy Analyst|
|Correctional Officer||Conflict Mediator||Community Outreach Worker|
|Social Worker||Border Services Officer||Fraud Investigator|