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Criminology Admission Requirements for Canadian Universities

Prequisites and other admission requirements to become accepted to an undergraduate degree, certificate or program in Criminology.


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Prerequisites Needed to Study Criminology in Canada

Admission to an undergraduate degree in criminology or its related degrees, particularly certificate programs in areas such as police studies, is limited, and prospective students can expect higher standards than those of typical Bachelor of Arts programs. Some universities accept applications to their criminology programs only after a student has completed one or two years of undergraduate work in a satisfactory manner, while others require prior experience in criminal justice-related occupations. Strong communication skills are an asset in all programs, and some institutions also require students to take courses in computer sciences and mathematics.



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