These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
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The Bachelor of Arts, Major in Criminology program provides students with a broad, liberal education in social science, criminal justice, and law.
Students learn scientific research methods, legal, philosophical and theoretical approaches to aid in understanding crime and related social problems, and social responses to crime.
The BA degree program builds on the central core of method and theory and affords students opportunities to hone abstract, logical thinking, and critical understanding of the issues, arguments, and debates that shape the discipline's character and aims.
Contemporary criminology courses developed especially for this degree expose students to cutting-edge theory and research.
This program integrates opportunities to engage in undergraduate research, service learning, and practicum placements that provide students with highly transferable and marketable knowledge and skills.
Students who graduate with a BA degree may apply to law school or pursue a graduate degree in criminology or other disciplines.
Those who are interested in applying to graduate school, or who prefer a more extensive research experience, are encouraged to undertake a structured program leading to a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Major in Criminology.
The Bachelor of Arts, Major in Criminology is offered with a Co-operative Education option.
Co-operative Education gives a student the opportunity to apply the skills gained during academic study in paid, practical work experience semesters.
Degree students in the Co-op option are expected to complete a minimum of three work terms while completing their degree.
Work terms generally occur full-time in separate 4-month work semesters. Work semesters alternate with academic study.
Students wishing to enter and participate in the Co-op Option must meet the following requirements:
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,852|
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|English Proficiency for Pathway Entry||English Upgrading Course Options||Undergraduate Course Options|
|Assessed below English Studies 12 (C-)||ENGQ1||Not available for Pathway 1 students|
|ELST 0041 through ELST 01831|
|One of: (a) English Studies 12 (C-), (b) IELTS 5.5, or (c) equivalent (see full list below).||ENGQ 10891|
|ELST 0256 through ELST 02831||Up to 4 credits from the courses designated for Pathway 2 English Proficiency|
|One of: (a) English Studies 12 (C), (b) IELTS 6.0, or (c) equivalent (see full list below).||ENGQ 1091, 1092 or 10991||Up to 8 credits from courses designated for Pathway 2 or Pathway 3 English Proficiency|
|ELST 0365 through ELST 03831|
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