Wilfrid Laurier University Graduate Calendar - 2010/2011
Canadian Excellence

Department of Criminology

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Faculty/Staff

Graduate Faculty
  • Robert Ame, PhD (Simon Fraser), Assistant Professor of Human Rights and Criminology
  • Dan Antonowicz, PhD (Carleton), Associate Professor of Criminology
  • Kenneth Dowler, PhD (Wayne State), Associate Professor of Criminology
  • Lauren Eisler, PhD (Saskatchewan), Associate Professor of Criminology
  • Rebecca Godderis, PhD (Calgary), Assistant Professor of Health Studies
  • Stacey Hannem, PhD (Carleton), Assistant Professor of Criminology
  • Raymond Izarali, PhD (Wilfrid Laurier), Assistant Professor of Criminology
  • Nikolai Kovalev, PhD (Queen's University of Belfast), Assistant Professor of Criminology
  • Andrew Robinson, PhD (University of Western Ontario), Associate Professor of Human Rights and Diversity
  • Carrie Sanders, PhD (McMaster), Assistant Professor of Criminology
  • Catherine Stewart, PhD (Toronto), Assistant Professor of Criminology
  • Andrew Welsh, PhD (Simon Fraser), Assistant Professor of Criminology

 
Program Information

 
Course Offerings
Course #TitleCredits
CC601 Qualitative Fieldwork into the Study of Deviance 0.5
CC602 Advanced Quantitative Research Methods 0.5
CC603 From Theory to Practice: Deviance and Social Control 0.5
CC604 Advanced Criminological Theory: Recent Trends and Developments 0.5
CC605 Applied Criminology 0.0
CC606 Research and Professionalization Seminar 0.5
CC607 The Charter and Criminal Justice 0.5
CC608 Crime, Politics, and Political Deviance in Global Perspective 0.5
CC609 Crimes of Globalization 0.5
CC610 Transnational Crime 0.5
CC611 International Human Rights in Criminal Justice 0.5
CC612 The Contemporary Caribbean: Crime and Human Security 0.5
CC613 Global Proliferation of Terrorism 0.5
CC614 Advanced Studies on Policing 0.5
CC615 Comparative Youth Justice Systems 0.5
CC616 Sociology of Law 0.5
CC617 Penology 0.5
CC618 Deviance and Diversity 0.5
CC619 Crime Prevention 0.5
CC620 Violent Crime: Assessment, Causes, and Treatment 0.5
CC621 Cultural Criminology 0.5
CC622 Law, Media, and Popular Culture 0.5
CC623 Contemporary Issues in Crime and Media 0.5
CC624 Content Analysis in Media Criminology Research 0.5
CC650 Directed Study 0.5
CC699 Thesis 0.0