|Field of Study:||Criminal Justice/Safety Studies
|Description:||This program, delivered at the honours level, provides students with the skills to analyze the reasons for crime and the various approaches to crime prevention, as well as the means to support healthy and safe communities. It emphasizes the importance of inter-agency and inter-professional collaboration in addressing both individual and societal issues related to crime. Students develop strong problem-solving skills, systemic/critical thinking and interpersonal communication skills to become leaders within the community justice and criminal justice systems. Graduates are prepared to research, initiate, implement, and evaluate social policy and programs.
Students participate in a co-op work term within probation and parole offices, correctional facilities, treatment facilities, police services, various residential centres and other community justice agencies benefiting from the strong base of community programs already existing within the Region of Waterloo.
|Cost per year:*||
Cost per year is for the 2018-2019 academic year.