A four-year, 124-credit program which provides for advanced study beyond the Criminal Justice diploma program. Specifically, the program prepares students for front-line jobs after two years, but it also provides them with the opportunity beyond that (within an additional two years of study) to acquire a liberal arts orientation and the research skills, knowledge base, and analytical ability necessary for graduate studies and advanced career opportunities in the criminal justice field. This program will be of interest to people already working in the criminal justice field who seek supervisory positions, and to those who ultimately seek careers in the areas of criminal investigation, national security, evaluation research, crime prevention, offender case management (including probation and parole), and criminal law.
Post Type:- Bachelor
Commencing:- Year 2018
- Undergo an initial security clearance check and further checks as may be required in individual courses. (Please do not submit until requested.)
- Provide a statement from a physician as evidence of good health as may be required in individual courses. (Please do not submit until requested.)
- Attend an orientation session during which criminal justice faculty present an overview of the options available and career opportunities in criminal justice. Students will be contacted regarding the orientation process.
Option 1: High school (for students with high school graduation only)
- B.C. secondary school graduation or equivalent.
- A minimum of a B average in the following: English 12 (see Note) and two other Approved Grade 12 courses.
Note: English 12 equivalent courses include English 12 First Peoples, English Literature 12, AP English, and IB English A (standard level or higher level).
- Prerequisite to or completion of CMNS 125 or ENGL 105. Acceptance will be conditional upon proof of having met this entrance requirement. Applicants are encouraged to submit proof as soon as it is available and prior to registering.
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How to apply:-
- Apply online at ufv.ca/admissions/admissions/apply.
Additional documents required for a complete application
- Official transcripts (or interim transcripts) from every post-secondary institution you have attended showing grade/course achievement as per entrance requirements. To be considered official, transcripts must be sent directly to UFV from the originating institution; see the Transfer Credit section for details.
- Applicants will be advised of an admission decision and provided with registration information. A deposit is required prior to registration (see the Fees and Other Costs section). This money will be applied toward tuition fees. Final payment of all course fees are due by the end of the second week of classes.
- In cases where course work is in progress, an admission decision may be made conditional upon completion of academic requirements. Proof of completion of entrance requirements is due by the end of the first week in August for the September intake.
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