If you’re interested in working in areas such as: criminal investigation, policing, corrections, national security, evaluation research, crime prevention, offender case management (including probation and parole), customs and immigration, or criminal law, the UFV Criminology and Criminal Justice has a program for you.
Criminology courses at UFV encompass a wide range of subjects including psychology, history, political science, sociology, forensics, and criminal law, in order to prepare you for careers that align with your passions.
UFV currently offers a Criminal Justice diploma that ladders into the Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice) program. When you graduate with a bachelor's degree, you are ready to enter the workforce. Once you have gained experience in the field, you may opt to pursue your studies to earn a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice.
Apply your classroom learning in the criminal justice field through practicums and co-op job placements, while also building your résumé and gaining a competitive edge to apply to graduate school. Practicums provide work experience and are built into the Criminal Justice programs, whereas co-op job placements are paid work experience that you can add to your studies.
Studying criminal justice at UFV is excellent preparation for a career where you can have a positive impact on society. Many UFV Criminal Justice grads have used their training to transition into graduate studies or to work in government, public policy, and non-governmental organizations.
Read how UFV's Criminology and Criminal Justice program has prepared these students to effect real change within their communities and advance their careers through research.
During your studies, you engage with professors with years of direct industry experience and research expertise.
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