Honours Bachelor of Applied Science + Diploma in Police Foundations or Community and Justice Services
Throughout your four years, you will be exposed to the justice system: from the rules we follow, to dealing with people and communities, to the hands-on processing of crime scenes and making arrests. Build key skills required in any area of justice such as critical thinking, research methods and how to write effectively.
In your first year, you will build a foundation in justice and related fields. In year two, you begin to take courses that touch on various services and how they are delivered, such as counselling, conflict resolution, forensics and policing.
In your second year, you decide which diploma to pursue, focusing in on one of these two areas:
Community and Justice Services
Focuses on social issues and explores the development of community programs, ways to work with both victims and offenders, and methods of crime prevention.
Prepares you for a career in the various levels of law enforcement in the Canadian justice system.
Years three and four move on to advanced courses that immerse you in issues such as ethics; equality; rights and freedoms; youth and the law; and criminology.
To be considered for admission, an Ontario high school applicant must be completing or have completed the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and be completing six 4U/M courses, including the subject requirements. These will be used to calculate your admission average.
For more information about admission requirements for high school applicants from Ontario and outside of Ontario, transfer applicant or international applicant, please visit the university website.
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Semester 1 (F)
- Introductory Psychology: Dynamics
- Principles of Sociology
- Introduction to Law
- Crime and Criminal Justice
- Health and Wellness
Semester 2 (W)
- Public Sector Management
- Criminal Offences
- Introduction to Police Powers
- Provincial Legislation
- English I: Reading and Writing Effectively
Semester 3 (F)
- Introduction to Community Service
- Forensic Techniques
- Federal Legislation
- Research Methods in Social Science
- Counselling I: Theory and Practice (CJS)
- Community Policing: Introduction (POL)
Semester 4 (W)
- Issues in Social Welfare
- Criminological Theory I
- Community Service I
- General Elective
- Correctional Institutions (CJS)
- Police Governance and Accountability (POL)
Semester 5 (F)
- Canadian Social Problems
- Conflict Resolution
- Quantitative Methods for Social Science
- General Elective
- Community Building Practices (CJS)
- Physical Fitness Practicum I* (POL)
- Traffic Investigation and Analysis (POL)
Semester 6 (W)
- Youth and the Law
- Investigative Techniques
- Community Service II
- General Elective
- Restorative Justice (CJS)
- Physical Fitness Practicum II* (POL)
- Law and Society (POL)
Semester 7 (F)
- Criminological Theory II
- Issues in Ethnicity and Class
- Ethics and the Justice System
- Transition to Work
- Inclusive Community Practices (CJS)
- Advanced Issues in Community Policing (POL)
- Physical Fitness Practicum III* (POL)
Semester 8 (W)
- Police and Society
- Justice Studies Senior Seminar
- Justice Management
- General Elective
- Community Corrections: Theory and Practice (CJS)
- Public Policy: Challenges and Prospects (POL)
*Indicates a non-credit course.
Please note that curriculum and course sequencing is subject to change.
Scholarships & funding
We offer several scholarships, for more information please visit our website.
- Domestic (Canadian) Students Full-Time Tuition: $3,045.46 per semester
- International and Visa Students Full-Time Tuition: $13,365.00 per semester
Degree + Diploma
- Law School
- Master of Arts in Criminology
- Bachelor of Education
- Master of Public Administration
- Master of Arts in Political Science
- Anti-terrorism Analyst
- Border Services Officer
- Corporate Investigator
- Court Reporter
- Bylaw Enforcement Officer
- Crime Analyst
- Anti-money Laundering Investigator
- Parliamentary Assistant
- Corporate Security Manager
- Parole Officer
- Policy Analyst
- Insurance Investigator
- Probation Officer
- Case Worker
- Police Officer
- Victim Services Worker
About this institute
University of Guelph
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