CJPP Guide: Honours Minor


Declaring a Minor in CJPP

For students following the 2020-2021 undergraduate calendar or later

Students may only declare a minor in CJPP or transfer into the CJPP program if they have received an overall average of 70% in the following courses:

  • POLS*2300 [0.50] Canadian Government and Politics
  • POLS*2350 [0.50] Law from a Political Science Perspective
  • SOAN*2120 [0.50] Introductory Methods
  • SOC*1500 [0.50] Crime and Criminal Justice
  • SOC*2700 [0.50] Criminological Theory

One of:

  • POLS*2230 [0.50] Public Policy
  • POLS*2250 [0.50] Public Administration and Governance

For students following the 2019-2020 undergraduate calendar or earlier

Students may only declare a minor in CJPP or transfer into the CJPP program if they have received an overall average of 70% in the following six courses:

  • POLS*1400 [0.50] Issues in Canadian Politics
  • POLS*2250 [0.50] Canadian Government OR POLS*2300 [0.50] Public Administration
  • POLS*2350 [0.50] Law from a Political Science Perspective
  • SOAN*2120 [0.50] Introductory Methods
  • SOC*1500 [0.50] Crime and Criminal Justice
  • SOC*2700 [0.50] Criminological Theory

Minor in CJPP Requirements

For students following the 2020-2021 undergraduate calendar or later

A minimum of 5.00 credits is required to complete a minor in CJPP. These credits consist of required courses and restricted electives.

Required Courses

Students must take the following courses for a total of 3.50 credits.

  • PHIL*1010 [0.50] Introductory Philosophy: Social and Political Issues
  • POLS*2300 [0.50] Canadian Government and Politics
  • POLS*2350 [0.50] Law from a Political Science Perspective
  • SOAN*2120 [0.50] Introductory Methods
  • SOC*1500 [0.50] Crime and Criminal Justice
  • SOC*2700 [0.50] Criminological Theory

One of:

  • POLS*2230 [0.50] Public Policy
  • POLS*2250 [0.50] Public Administration and Governance
 

Restricted Electives

Students must take 1.50 credits from the following list, including at least one SOC course and at least one POLS course.

  • POLS*3130 [0.50] Law, Politics and Judicial Process
  • POLS*3210 [0.50] The Constitution and Canadian Federalism
  • POLS*3300 [0.50] Governing Criminal Justice
  • POLS*3250 [0.50] Public Policy: Challenges and Prospects
  • POLS*3670 [0.50] Comparative Public Policy
  • SOC*2070 [0.50] Social Deviance
  • SOC*2760 [0.50] Homicide
  • SOC*3490 [0.50] Law and Society
  • SOC*3710 [0.50] Youth Justice
  • SOC*3730 [0.50] Courts and Society
  • SOC*3740 [0.50] Corrections and Penology
  • SOC*3750 [0.50] Police in Society

For students following the 2019-2020 undergraduate calendar or later

A minimum of 5.00 credits is required to complete a minor in CJPP. These credits consist of required courses and restricted electives.

Required Courses

Students must take the following courses for a total of 3.50 credits.

  • PHIL*1010 [0.50] Introductory Philosophy: Social and Political Issues
  • POLS*1400 [0.50] Issues in Canadian Politics
  • POLS*2250 [0.50] Public Administration or POLS*2300 [0.50] Canadian Government
  • POLS*2350 [0.50] Law from a Political Science Perspective
  • SOAN*2120 [0.50] Introductory Methods
  • SOC*1500 [0.50] Crime and Criminal Justice
  • SOC*2700 [0.50] Criminological Theory
 

Restricted Electives

Students must take 1.50 credits from the following list, including at least one SOC course and at least one POLS course.

  • POLS*3130 [0.50] Law, Politics and Judicial Process
  • POLS*3210 [0.50] The Constitution and Canadian Federalism
  • POLS*3300 [0.50] Governing Criminal Justice
  • POLS*3250 [0.50] Public Policy: Challenges and Prospects
  • POLS*3440 [0.50] Corruption, Scandal and Political Ethics
  • POLS*3670 [0.50] Comparative Public Policy and Administration
  • SOC*2070 [0.50] Social Deviance
  • SOC*2760 [0.50] Homicide
  • SOC*3490 [0.50] Law and Society
  • SOC*3710 [0.50] Young Offenders
  • SOC*3730 [0.50] Courts and Society
  • SOC*3740 [0.50] Corrections and Penology
  • SOC*3750 [0.50] Police in Society