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.

 Minor in Criminology (Checklist)

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

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