Crimonology Certificate

Speak without obligation to Douglas College

To contact you must accept the privacy policy

Image gallery

Comments about Crimonology Certificate - At the institution - New Westminster - British Columbia

  • Objectives
    The Criminal Justice Certificate program appeals to students who do not plan to transfer to university but who want to take a series of courses in the field of criminal justice in order to increase their knowledge of the structures and processes in the Canadian justice system. For many, this provides an opportunity to consider vocational goals or to prepare for the access to justice-related occupations. The majority of courses in the program are university transfer courses so students, if they wish, can continue their studies at a university.
  • Academic title
    Crimonology Certificate
  • Course description
    The student must successfully complete 30 credits: 21 credits of core courses, six credits of Criminology options and three credits of electives (normally any three credit course). The following is a typical program of study for the Certificate in Criminal Justice Studies.

    Semester I
    Course     Title     Credits

    • *CRIM 1100     Introduction to the Criminal Justice System     3
    • *PSYC 1100     An Introduction to Psychology I     3
    • *ENGL 1130, CMNS 1110, CMNS 1111, CMNS 1115     (choose one)     3
    • *SOCI 1125     Social Processes     3
    • *CRIM 1120     Introduction to Policing     3

    Semester II

    • *CRIM 1160     The Canadian Legal System     3
    • *CRIM 1170     Introduction to Corrections     3
    • CRIM Option         3
    • CRIM Option         3
    • Elective     (any UT course)     3

Other programs related to criminology

This site uses cookies.
If you continue navigating, the use of cookies is deemed to be accepted.
See more  |