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.
- Apply online for the Master of Arts (Criminal Justice) for the 2014 cohort as we are now accepting applications.
- After October 1st, 2014, apply quickly for the Fall 2015 intake of the Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice) degree and Criminal Justice diploma as space fills quickly.
- Watch for email about Fall 2015 Practicum Orientation dates.
- The Palerno Protocol & Canada Ten Years On. More informaiton found here
- Work Study Position available, please see the posting here
- View our Criminal Justice Student Handbook.
- Now offering an Honours in Criminal Justice - fill out the application form.
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!