Nội dung khóa học "MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy"
About this course

What will I learn?

The CCJP program is a collaborative program between the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the Department of Political Science. The program distinguishes itself from other Master of Arts (MA) programs in Criminology by having a strong emphasis on criminal justice and governance, while still providing students with the necessary background for continued studies in Criminology, Sociology or Political Science.

Program

Students can complete the program by coursework, or by writing a thesis or major research paper (MRP). The coursework option will require 4.0 credits (8 courses), the MRP option will require 4.0 credits (6 courses plus the MRP) and the thesis option will require 2.0 credits (4 courses plus the thesis). Core courses offered are: Research Methods in Criminal Justice, Criminological Theory, Governing Criminal Justice, Courts and a ProSeminar in CCJP.

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN:

Violence

Youth

Cyber-Crime

Deviance

Policing

Gender and Crime

Criminal Justice Administration

Corrections and Penology

The Sociology and Politics of Law

Career Opportunities:

Working with vulnerable groups or populations

Policy Advisors

NGO Managers

Lecturers

Police, Probation, and Correction Officers

Which department am I in?

College of Social and Applied Human Science

Study options

Full Time(At least two semesters of full-time study)

Tuition fees
CAD$6,837.54 (US$ 5,165) per year
Start date

Expected September 2020

Venue

University of Guelph

50 Stone Road East,

Guelph,

Ontario (ON),

N1G 2W1, Canada

Entry requirements

For international students

Students must have a four-year undergraduate degree (or equivalent) with a minimum “B” average. We anticipate that only students with average of “B+” or higher will be considered for admission. The expectation is that the undergraduate degree will be in Sociology, Criminology or Political Science. However, students with at least five courses in Criminology and/or Public Policy may be admitted, if part of a major in another social science or humanities program.

English Language Proficiency

Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) - 70

International English Language Testing System (Academic) (IELTS) - 6.5

Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) - 85

Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE-A) Note: A minimum score of 60 must be achieved in each individual component - 60

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT)) Note: A minimum score of 21 must be achieved in each of the four categories (listening, speaking, reading, writing) – 89