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Criminology Diploma

Full-time or part-time Starts: September and January (most courses) Fees, 1st year - $2,673, 2nd year - $2,848; entire program: $5,521 Two years Prince George campus; individual courses may be available at other campuses (selection of rst- and second-year courses available at Quesnel) Careers As a trained criminal justice professional, youll have a variety of careers to choose from: Police ofcer Corrections ofcer Probation ofcer Parole ofcer Social worker Researcher Sheriff Bailiff Private detective And more Work activities might include protecting the public, detecting and preventing crime, engaging in condential discussions with offenders, supervising prisoners, or carrying out research. Admission requirements 1. Successful completion of one of the following: - Grade 12 (with English 12 or English 12: First Peoples) or - ABE/CCP Advanced Certicate or - GED Certicate Note 1: It is strongly recommended that high school students consult their counsellors to ensure they select the most appropriate high school courses for their chosen career paths. Program outline Semester 1 September December ENGL 103 Composition and Style CRIM 101 Introduction to Criminology CRIM 103 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology I SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology I Semester 2 January April PSCI 131 The Administration of Justice CRIM 102 Psychology of Criminal and Deviant Behaviour CRIM 106 Sociological Explanations of Crime and Deviance PSYC 102 Introduction to Psychology II SOC 102 Introduction to Sociology II Semester 3 September December CRIM 135 Introduction to Canadian Law and Legal Institutions PSYC 201 Statistics for the Social Sciences Note 2: Students who received less than a B in English 12 or its equivalent are strongly encouraged to select English 103 as their rst university credit English course. Note 3: The GED certicate meets the general admission requirements, but does not meet specic program or course prerequisites. Note 4: Math 11 or Math 045 or equivalent will be required for second year. Note 5: Students graduating from Grade 12 in 2013 will require Foundations of Math 11 or Precalculus 11 or Math 045 or equivalent will be required for second year. Note 6: You will need to comply with the prerequisites of the specic courses you select. One of: CRIM 201 Policing in Modern Society CRIM 241 Introduction to Corrections Plus two electives see below Semester 4 January April CRIM 120 Research Methods in Criminology CRIM 230 Criminal Law One of: PHIL 101 PHIL 102 PHIL 110 PHIL 220 Moral Philosophy Theory of Knowledge Logic 1: Propositional Logic Political Philosophy

Plus two electives see below Electives During the third and fourth semesters, you must choose electives as follows One CNC university level-course that transfers directly to SFU (3 credits total). You are limited to these subjects: anthropology, commerce, computer science, economics, English, geography, history, math, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology, and womens studies. Any three CNC university-level courses (any subject) that transfer directly to SFU (9 credits total). Preparing for joint majors at SFU CNC can prepare you to pursue joint majors at SFU in Criminology/Womens Studies, Criminology/Psychology, and Criminology/Sociology. If you need help planning your schedule, please see a CNC counsellor/ advisor.


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Revised: 10.12.03