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April 16, 2014
 
 
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Certificate Application Form


Certificate in Arts I and II Application:

Requirements:

  • The applicant must not hold a university degree.
  • All courses have been taken on a part-time basis and at least one must have been taken after July 1, 1980.
  • The courses counted towards a Certificate must not, separately or in combination, contravene any regulations pertaining to the requirements of the General BA Degree.
  • At least 3/5ths of the courses counted towards a Certificate must have been taken at Wilfrid Laurier University.
  • The applicant must have achieved a grade point average of no less than 4.00.


Certificate in Criminology Application
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Requirements:

The Certificate in Criminology consists of 5.0 credits, including no more than 3.0 at the 100 level. The certificate program is offered on a part-time basis only and requirements must be fulfilled within five years from the date of entry.

5.0 credits:
3.0 credits Criminology and 2.0 credits Contemporary Studies

Required Courses (Criminology):
CC100 - Introduction to Criminology
CC210 - Psychology of Crime
CC300 - Theories of Crime
CC302 - Crime and the Justice System
1.0 elective credit in Criminology

Required Courses (Contemporary Studies):
CT121 - The World in the 21st Century
CT122 - Social and Political Thought
CT220 - Contemporary Studies Methodologies
0.5 elective credit in Contemporary Studies

Notes:

  1. At least 3.0 credits of the courses counted towards the Certificate must be taken at Wilfrid Laurier University.
  2. Students must attain a minimum cumulative GPA of 6.0 to graduate.
  3. Students who wish subsequently to be registered in a degree program may be granted advanced standing toward the degree, subject to senate and faculty regulations.

Form Contact: mwatson@wlu.ca

 
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