Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Criminology and Family and Social Relations
The Criminology and Family and Social Relations combined program allows students to train in both criminology and family and social relations.
Through criminology, students will examine criminal activity, legal issues, policing, regulation, the criminal justice system, and security as major factors in society.
Through the family and social relations program, students will gain insights into the changes that affect families and social responses to those changes. You will also explore child studies, sexuality and sexual health, family history and change, marriage dynamics, women’s issues, changing gender roles, and aging.
The combination of criminology and family and social relations offers a unique double-major program for students and provides them theoretical and practical insights.
Minimum Admission Average: 70%
ENG4U is required.
- Child and youth human services
- Community and advocacy associations
- Correctional officer
- Policy analyst