In most societies, responding to criminal behaviour and understanding its causes are issues of great public concern and debate. Whether we are trying to balance the rights of victims and offenders, create just laws, or protect communities, we often look to the criminal justice system for solutions.
Criminal Justice is both the machinery of justice — the police, the criminal courts, and prison systems — as well as the individuals, organizations, social values and legal systems that shape it. If you are interested in the intellectual and real-world challenges of providing justice in a rapidly changing, socially diverse society, this program is for you.
Please visit the undergraduate program website for details on how you can apply, admission requirements, program curriculum, and tuition and fees.