Honours Bachelor of Applied Arts in Social Justice & Legal Studies
The Honours Bachelor of Applied Arts in Social Justice & Legal Studies four year bachelor degree program combines the foundational knowledge and strengths of three pillars instrumental in bringing about socio-political development and positive change: poverty law, social justice, and community capacity building as achieved through education, advocacy and activism. This multifaceted and interdisciplinary program, delivered primarily face to face with on-line support and some hybrid delivery, also includes curriculum providing a strong foundation of both the theoretical underpinnings as well as established practices in criminology, sociology, social work, philosophy, political science, Canadian law, community capacity building, and the study of under-represented and/or vulnerable populations.
The program curriculum will stimulate the development of an inquiring mind, increase sensitivity for inequalities, and encourage independent judgment and critical self-awareness. Graduates will not only be equipped to assist individuals, groups, organizations and coalitions to navigate the social-legal system in pursuit of democracy, participation and inclusiveness in the design and realization of equitable laws, but also be well prepared to pursue graduate studies in social justice and related fields.
Admission to the bachelor program requires at a minimum, an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, six University or University/College courses at the Grade 12 level, and a minimum average of 65%. Program-specific admission requirements include:
- English, Grade 12 (ENG4U or equivalent)
- Five other Grade 12 credits (U or M or equivalent)
- The applicant must achieve an overall average grade of at least 65% in the above requirements. In addition, the applicant must achieve a grade of at least 65% in ENG4U (or equivalent), with no grade less than 60% in the remaining courses used to qualify for admission.
- Grade 12 Math (MDM4U or equivalent)
Eligible applicants will be selected on the basis of their previous academic achievement (the average of their six highest senior-level credits, including required courses).
Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for this program will be assessed and advised individually and may be considered for other related programs.
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The program will also include practical components, such as case studies inviting creative programming, mock mediations bringing about affordable resolutions, simulations reflective of addressing social injustice, a capstone project geared toward finding strategies to address real world problems, and an internship with a social justice, community, not-for-profit, governmental, or legal organization.
Scholarships & funding
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Domestic - Tuition fees is $2,900.00 & Total Fees is $3,767.50
International - Tuition fees is $9,875.00 & Total Fees is $11,187.50
Graduates will acquire strong problem-solving and analytical skills together with the interpersonal skills required of one seeking a leadership position in advocating for the reconstruction of societal constructs and practices on behalf of victimized and/or marginalized individuals and groups. Students will learn to critically analyze, formulate and develop strategies to address situations brought about through the withholding of full and equitable distribution of economic advantage, educational opportunity, sociopolitical power and/or physical resources from those without a political and/or social voice.
Graduates of the program will be able to gain employment in various roles focused on advocacy, public service, law enforcement, labor relations and/or in the creation and development of programs and services for community organizations, not-for-profit groups, and/or government departments. Specific careers could include: community and social service workers, community and/or political liaison/ombudspersons, mediators, labor representatives, court officials, probation and parole officers, police officers, correctional service officers, by-law enforcement officials and other regulatory roles.
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