Type: 4-Year Degree
Start Date: September
Location: Lakeshore Campus
This program provides students with a broad-based understanding of the criminal justice system. A multidisciplinary approach places special emphasis on understanding the perspectives of offenders, front-line professionals, administrators, the community and others who come into contact with the criminal justice system.
Watch the video to learn more about the Criminal Justice degree program.
There are two, mandatory, unpaid work terms typically after semesters 4 and 6. These are available on a full-time or part-time basis and will be arranged with the assistance of our placement coordinator.
As a graduate of Humber’s Criminal Justice degree program, you will have developed knowledge and skills critical to a variety of fast-paced, ever-changing settings within the criminal justice system, such as community or institution-based correctional settings, and non-governmental or government agencies. You may also be eligible to pursue graduate studies in criminal justice education or related disciplines.
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This past week Associate Dean Dr. Jeanine Webber, Program Coordinator for the BAA-CJ Dr. Alyssa Ferns and two 4th year BAA-CJ students, Marina Alves and Anna Maskulka traveled to Winnipeg, MB for the Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) Applied Research Symposium.