CJPP Guide: Honours Minor

Note: Due to unprecedented enrolments in the CJPP major, the program is no longer able to accommodate all University of Guelph students interested in CJPP. Effective January 14, 2022 and until further notice, students will no longer be able to declare a minor in CJPP.

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