|Field of Study:||Corrections and Criminal Justice, Other
Criminal Justice/Safety Studies
|Description:||Accept the challenge and responsibility a career in justice studies holds. Our program gives you the opportunity to gain academic and practical experience in justice issues. Develop strategies for working in a public service role with high-risk individuals in public, private, community and institutional settings, or moving ahead with further educational opportunities. Upon graduation, you will earn an Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Justice Studies and a Diploma in Community and Justice Services or Police Foundations.
In your first year, you will build a foundation in justice and related fields through courses such as Crime and Criminal Justice, Introduction to Law, and Principles of Sociology. In year two, you begin to take courses that touch on various services and how they are delivered, such as counselling, conflict resolution, forensics and policing. You will choose which diploma to pursue in your second year: Community and Justice Services or Police Foundations. Years three and four, move on to advanced courses that immerse you in issues such as ethics, equality, rights and freedoms, youth and the law, and criminology. Unique to our justice program, you will take part in at least 200 hours of community service placements in two justice agencies/organizations.
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Values quoted are based on 2017-18 tuition rates and are subject to change. For full tuition and student fee information, visit https://www.guelphhumber.ca/sfs/tuition-and-fees.