SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY
Combined Honours Criminology Programs
An Honours Criminology Degree can be combined with a specialization in another subject (e.g., psychology, political science, etc.). Admission requirements and application procedures for entry to the third year of any other programme combining Criminology Honours with another subject are the same as those described for Criminology Honours.
Students in combined programs must complete the major requirements for both subject areas, and 01-150 and 01-151. They must also complete the Option requirements, in the order presented, followed by any additional requirements under Other requirements, to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the major requirements for the second subject area are included, then section (c) of the Option requirements and one course from section (b) of the Option requirements should be excluded from the degree requirements.
Total courses: forty.
Major requirements -Criminology: fifteen, including
(a) 48-101, 48-102 (or 49-112), 48-202, 48-210, 48-260, 48-262, 48-302, 48-308, 48-310 (or 49-355) and 48-363;
(b) 34-129 or 34-226;
(c) two of 48-361, 48-362, 48-367, 48-368, 48-370, and 48-371;
(d) one of 48-460. 48-461, 48-464, and 48-465;
Major requirements--Other Area of Study: as prescribed by that area of study.
(a) two courses from Arts;
(b) two courses from Languages or Science;
(c) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(a) 01-150, 01-151:
(c) additional options (if required) to a total of forty.
1) Students entering Third Year Criminology are expected to complete 48-363 during their 5th or 6th term.
2)Criminology Honours students interested in graduate studies should take one course from 48-403, 48-404, 48-405, 48-406, 48-408, or 48-415 (or 49-415), since these courses or their equivalents are required for admission to the graduate program;
3) Students interested in government service should include French language courses among their options; other non-English language courses also are recommended.
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