University of Alberta

Law, Crime and Justice Studies (BA) (Augustana Faculty)

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School:University of Alberta
Faculty:Augustana Faculty
Field of Study:Criminology
Legal Studies, General
Description:Our multi-disciplinary approach provides students with a variety of ways to explore the law, crime and justice, without sacrificing depth for breadth. This degree gives students a deep understanding of the ways in which law, crime and justice interact to prepare students for a variety of future careers. Central to our degree is a focus on gender, class and ethnicity. Understanding how these factors relate to law, crime and inequality is central for addressing the major issues facing the Canadian criminal justice system today. Not only do our students develop expertise in the area, the many opportunities to put their knowledge into practice through their courses and the project-based core ensures that students leave university with a set of skills that will serve them well in future careers or professional education.

URL:Law, Crime and Justice Studies (BA) (Augustana Faculty) at University of Alberta
Length:4 Year(s)
Careers:Court Officers and Justices of the PeaceCriminologists
Modified on August 11, 2020

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