Minor in Criminology
The Minor in Criminology provides students with critical thinking skills and substantive knowledge related to the structural, administrative, political and professional context of crime and criminal justice.
Understanding the complexity and pervasiveness of criminal justice issues in various fields will provide greater depth and breadth to students' program of study and broaden their career preparation.
Administered by: Department of Criminology
Exclusions: This minor is not available to students in the following programs:
To receive this Minor, students must complete six (6) courses from the following curriculum:
Required courses (3):
Plus three (3) of the following:
|CRM 200||Criminal Law|
|CRM 202||Victims and the Criminal Process|
|CRM 205||Gender, Sexuality and the Law|
|CRM 206||Race, Ethnicity and Justice|
|CRM 250||Criminalizing Blackness|
|CRM 300||Policing in Canada|
|CRM 304||Youth Justice in Canada|
|CRM 306||Corrections in Canada|
|CRM 308||Criminal Courts in Canada|
|CRM 316||International Perspectives|
|CRM 322||Ethics in Criminal Justice|
|CRM 335||History and Politics of Abolition|
|CRM 402||Criminal Justice and Social Inequality|
|CRM 515||Gendering Justice|
|CRM 601||Violence in Society|
Please see PDF fileSenate Policy 2, Section 7.4 for further information about Minors.