The following courses are offered by the Criminal Justice Department. From time to time, seats may be available to arts and science students not in the Criminal Justice Program.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites for CRIM 1216, 2315, 2316, 2415, 2416:

  1. A score of Level 4 in Langara English Test (LET) or an essay score of 30 or higher on the Language Proficiency Index (LPI) test or a minimum ‘C’ grade in one of ENGL 1127, 1128, 1129 or 1130
    and
  2. A minimum ‘C’ grade in one of the following courses:
    • CRIM 1115, (or CRIM 1125 for CRIM 1215)
    • ECON 1119, 1220, 1221
    • HIST 1116, 1126
    • PHIL 1100, 1101
    • POLI 1100, 1119
    • PSYC 1115, 1215
    • SOCI 1120, 1121

Students who do not meet the above prerequisite requirements, but have postsecondary, university-transferable credits or experience may apply to the Chair of the Criminal Justice Department for permission to take any of the criminology courses listed above.

Courses

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Courses Credits
CRIM 1115 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
3
CRIM 1116 Introduction to Canadian Law and Legal Institutions
3
CRIM 1125 Introduction to Criminology
3
CRIM 1213 Women and the Justice System
3
CRIM 1215 Introduction to Policing
3
CRIM 1216 Criminal Law
3
CRIM 1220 Research Methods in Criminology
3
CRIM 2295 Special Topics in Criminology
3
CRIM 2315 Introduction to Corrections
3
CRIM 2316 Criminal Law and Court Procedure
3
CRIM 2415 Multiculturalism and the Criminal Justice System
3
CRIM 2416 Law, Youth and Young Offenders
3
CRIM 2417 Ethics and Professional Issues in Justice and Law
3