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‌Why study criminology?

Criminal Justice/Criminology is an exciting and diverse field that offers a variety of challenging career avenues and opportunities for specialized research and study. The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice offers a Master of Arts (Criminal Justice) degree (two years), a Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice) degree (four years) and a Criminal Justice diploma.


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Student Research Day

Congratulations to our students who presented in both the Microlecture Serires and the Poster Presentations.

Award Recipients

Provost & Vice-President Academic
Sukhvinder Mangat
The Rise and Fall of Crime in Abbotsford: A Case Study
Faculty Supervisor: Irwin Cohen, PhD

Dean, College of Arts
Sean Plecas, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Tertiary Crime Prevention Rehabilitation of Children and Youth in Ethiopia
Faculty Supervisor: Yvon Dandurand, MA


Congrats to our award recipient

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rachel Wollenberg was our 2014 Undergraduate Research Excellence
Award recipient. Rachel is pictured with Yvon Dandurand and Dr. Amy Prevost.
Congrats Rachel!

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