|Degree:||Diploma; University Transfer
|Field of Study:||Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration
|Description:||The overall purpose of the Justice Studies program with an Aboriginal Focus specialization is to prepare Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students for careers throughout Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal justice sectors. Employment opportunities are diverse, and spread throughout organizations and agencies including, but not limited to, correctional facilities, Aboriginal policing, RCMP, Aboriginal child and youth worker, addictions worker, and a healing lodge correctional officer.
This diploma program will provide learners a solid foundation in Canadian justice to help them get an exciting career, and make a difference in Aboriginal society. All Justice Studies students take the same set of courses in Year One (criminal justice, psychology, sociology, and criminology) and take courses specific to Aboriginal Justice in Year Two.