Minor in Criminology

The Minor in Criminology is for students who are interested in the Power and Justice area of the Sociology Department, and who want to take a variety of other courses to round out their University degree.

Admissions Requirements: Students must complete 1.0 courses at the 1000-level to enter the module (Sociology 1020, Sociology 1021E, Sociology 1025A/B, Sociology 1026F/G, Sociology 1027A/B,) with no mark below 60%. Students must request entery into the module during Intent to Register in March.

Module Requirements: The Minor in Criminology consists of 4.0 credits in Sociology and can be completed as either a 3 or 4 year Bachelor’s degree. 

  • 3.0 courses in Sociology: 
    • The former Sociology 2140 Social Problems
    • Sociology 2261A/B Contemporary Social Problems
    • Sociology 2228A/B Social Inequality in Canada
    • Sociology 2257A/B Deviance and Social Control
    • The former Sociology 2259 Sociology of Deviance
    • Sociology 2266A/B Crime and Society
    • Sociology 2267A/B Youth in Conflict with the Law
    • Sociology 3260A/B Sociology of Law
  • 1.0 courses in Sociology numbered 2100-2999

 Minor in Criminology 2022 (Checklist)

Note: Students who entered the module in 2021 or earlier may follow either the previous module requirements or the new 2022 module requirements. The 2022 module allows for more course enrollment flexibility.