Criminology and History Professional Table II
For students admitted Fall 2019: A total of eight (8) courses is required from Professional Table II.
For students admitted Fall 2020 and after: A total of nine (9) courses are required from Professional Table II.
For students admitted Fall 2019: Criminology: A total of three (3) CRM courses must be taken.
For students admitted Fall 2020 and after: A total of four (4) CRM courses must be taken.
History: A total of five (5) HIS courses must be taken.
• HST courses (numbered between HST 500-899) may be substituted.
• In the total degree, a maximum of four (4) liberal studies HST courses may be substituted for HIS courses.
|CRM 200*||Criminal Law|
|CRM 201||Making Public Order in Canada
|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 302||Criminological Theories|
|CRM 303||Immigration and Refugee Protection in CJS|
|CRM 304||Youth Justice in Canada|
|CRM 306†||Corrections in Canada|
|CRM 308†||Criminal Courts in Canada|
|CRM 310†||Advanced Qualitative Research Methods|
|CRM 311||Regulating Public Space|
|CRM 312||Representing Crime|
|CRM 314||Criminal Justice and the Charter|
|CRM 315†||Advanced Quantitative Research Methods|
|CRM 316||International Perspectives|
|CRM 317||Special Topics in Criminology/Law|
|CRM 318||Violence and Communities|
|CRM 324||Security Threats|
|CRM 335||History and Politics of Abolition|
|CRM 350||Cyber Criminology|
|CRM 402**||Criminal Justice and Social Inequality|
|CRM 404||Debates In Justice Policy (students admitted Fall 2014 and after only)|
|PHL 400 ††||Human Rights and Justice|
|PHL 449 ††||Philosophy of Punishment|
|PSY 300††||Psychology and Law|
* CRM 200 is not available as a Professional Table II course for students admitted Fall 2019 and before.
** If not selected in 3rd & 4th semester.
† If not selected in 5th & 6th semester.
†† Only available as a Professional Table II course for students admitted Fall 2018 and prior.
|HIS 500||History and New Media|
|HIS 501||Archaeology and Material Culture|
|HIS 502||Life Stories: Oral History|
|HIS 510||Museology and Public History|
|HIS 541||Canada and the First World War|
|HIS 556||Colonial Africa|
|HIS 559||Ancient Egypt|
|HIS 561||The Ottoman Empire|
|HIS 590||Modern International Relations|
|HIS 594||War to War: World Conflict, 1900-45|
|HIS 610||Curating the Past|
|HIS 615||Film, Television and 20th C History|
|HIS 620||Imperial Russia|
|HIS 630||The Soviet Union|
|HIS 656||Post-Colonial Africa|
|HIS 661||The Middle East from 1908|
|HIS 662||The Mughal Empire, 1526-1764|
|HIS 677||Society in the High Middle Ages, 1000-1500|
|HIS 678||The Renaissance in Europe|
|HIS 683||Victorian Britain|
|HIS 696||The History of Terrorism|
|HIS 710||Museum and Heritage Management|
|HIS 742||Canadian Cultural Industries|
|HIS 755||Themes in Material Culture|
|HIS 760||African Diaspora|
|HIS 762||The Making of Modern South Asia, 1757-1947|
|HIS 783||20th-Century Britain|
|HIS 790||Modern Germany|
|HIS 826||Science and World Exploration|
|HIS 828||Science, Corporations and the Environment|
|HIS 830||The Indian Act: 1876-Present|
|HIS 845||Canada in the International Sphere|
|HIS 854||African-American History|
|HIS 886||The British Empire and the World|
|HIS 898||A History of International Organizations|
|HIS 900||Experiential Learning I|
|HIS 901||Experiential Learning II|