Criminology (Bachelor of Arts (Honours))

Criminology (Bachelor of Arts (Honours))

Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: March 1, October 1
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: CA$120
Full-time
Intakes: May, September, January
International tuition: CA$14,500
Domestic tuition: CA$4,200

Program overview

What is unique about this program at the U of M? The University of Manitoba's Criminology Program is home to some of Canada's leading criminologists. All have active research programs and have published widely in their areas of specialization. In addition to specialized courses in criminology, the program includes a practicum course (SOC 3100) that offers students an opportunity to put their academic training to work in a practical context. Students are placed in a variety of criminal justice and social service agencies and are responsible for conducting a research project designed in consultation with their agency. Through this course students gain experience and contacts which may assist them as they seek a career in the field upon graduation.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus

Requirements

Exams:

  • TOEFL PBT
  • TOEFL iBT
  • PTE
  • IELTS
  • Duolingo English Test
Common International Curricula (GCE and IB): General Certificate of Education (GCE): Minimum 2 courses at Advanced (A) level and 3 courses at Ordinary (O) level: no grades below a ‘D’ (GCE). International Baccalaureate (IB): An IB diploma with 3 courses at the higher level (HL) and 3 courses at the standard level (SL): no grades below a ‘3’ (IB). English language proficiency. For applicants impacted by IELTS or TOEFL test centre closures due to the COVID-19, the University of Manitoba will temporarily accept the Duolingo English Test as one of the ways to meet the undergraduate English Language Proficiency requirements. Duolingo English Tests will be accepted if the results are received by the document deadlines for the Summer and Fall 2020 intakes for each respective program. The minimum Duolingo English Test score required by the University of Manitoba is 115 (125 for IDDP and Law).

Career opportunities

Professional opportunities: Law enforcement, Corrections, Probation or parole, Criminal justice administration, Crime prevention, Private security, Youth and child care counsellors, Private sector social research, Government policy research and analysis.

Campus location

Winnipeg , Canada

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