Admission Requirements

Bachelor of Arts in Justice Studies

First-year entry (4-year undergraduate degree)

First-year entry is for students coming from high school (or equivalent). Please review the year 1 admission and application requirements for more information. 

Third-year entry (degree completion - 3rd & 4th year)

Standard Admission

  • A relevant two-year diploma program (or 60 credits) with a minimum of 24 second-year credits, with a minimum GPA of 'B' (3.00/4.33), from a recognized post-secondary institution.

Flexible Admission

Applicants may be assessed for admission on the basis of their skills, knowledge, and background developed outside traditional learning structures or through a combination of academic and non-academic experience.

This would normally include evidence of:

  • at least five years of relevant work experience in an area related to justice,
  • a combination of academic achievement and relevant work experience, 
  • an ability to demonstrate the competencies expected of a graduate with a relevant two-year diploma.

English Language Proficiency