|Description:||Criminology is the study of crime and justice, and their relationship to the police, courts, prison and other systems of regulation. You’ll gain hands-on experience through international exchanges, research and case studies, and working in various communities. You’ll graduate with the ability to think critically about issues in law, social inequality, Indigenous justice, ethics, crime control and prevention. Upon graduation, apply your understanding of the critical issues of race, class and gender on the administration of the criminal justice system.
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This cost estimate is for Year 1 of the program for the 2021-2022 academic year.