IX. Degree Programs

Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc.) - Major Justice Studies - Diploma in Police Foundations or Diploma in Community and Justice Services

Our comprehensive program offers a variety of courses including: Criminology, Forensic Techniques, Law, Criminal Offences and Community Service. Following a common first year curriculum, students in Justice Studies will choose to specialize in either Police Foundations or Community and Justice Services depending on their career and educational goals. Students in both specializations will gain practical experience in a variety of segments within the Ontario justice system through community service placements. The combination of academic rigor, strong links to the field and our location in Toronto, provide our students with a competitive advantage in the quickly growing field of Justice Studies.

Students are required to complete 20.00 credits including 18.00 core justice studies credits, and 2.00 general elective credits in order to be eligible for graduation. Students must complete these requirements in order to be eligible to graduate with both the university honours degree (awarded by the University of Guelph) and the college diploma (awarded by Humber). No option exists to graduate with only one of the above listed credentials as the program is fully integrated.

University of Guelph
50 Stone Road East
Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1