Free 2018 International Student Handbook
Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
Full-Time and Part-Time
In this program, you'll discover how different societies have defined and deterred crime. You'll also consider the social, political and economic factors that have influenced the criminal justice system now and in the past. Our program boasts a well-known and dedicated group of professors researching fascinating topics such as transnational crime and policing, race and crime, money laundering, violence against women and organized crime.
The Criminology program will focus on the analysis of:
· delinquence and social control
· organized crime
· systems of justice
· murders and crimes in the 21st Century
You will also examine the culture of crime by looking at literature produced by people in prison and exile. The theoretical and methodological approaches central to criminology are complemented by a number of disciplines including anthropology, history, political science, sociology, philosophy and psychology.
Chinese High School
· Senior Secondary School Graduation Certificate
o Successful completion of the final year of Senior 3/Grade 12 level of student
Community outreach worker
Policy analyst or researcher
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