Extended List of Courses

As part of the Criminology degree requirements, students must also complete between 6 (double majors and major/minors) and 12 (single majors) credits from the “extended list of courses.” Please note the following with respect to the “extended list” option:

  1. Not all of the courses listed below will necessarily be offered in any given year. In order to determine whether the courses are offered in the upcoming session, please click on the attached link.
  1. With the exception of CRIM courses, all extended list courses are offered and controlled by other departments and programs. As a result, spaces are not reserved for Criminology majors. If you are unable to enrol in a course through the on-line registration system, you should contact the applicable program office for approval.
  1. In special circumstances, students may receive credit for courses that do not appear on the “extended list.” All requests must be forwarded to, and approved by, the Criminology program coordinator. Please include a course description and brief rationale in your request.

Anthropology

AP/ANTH 3020 6.0 Race, "Racism" and Popular Culture
AP/ANTH 3370 6.0 Power and Violence: The Making of "Modernity"
AP/ANTH 3400 6.0 Altering States: Civil Society and Citizenship in a Globalizing World
AP/ANTH 4030 6.0 Intercultural Training Skills
AP/ANTH 4340 6.0 Advocacy and Social Movements
AP/ANTH/HREQ 4410 3.00 Anthropology of Human Rights

Communication Studies

AP/COMN 3250 3.00 Communication Policy I: A Comparative Introduction
AP/COMN 3251 3.00 Communication Policy II: Current Issues and Case Studies
AP/COMN 3700 3.00 Advertising: The Growth of a Twentieth Belief System
AP/COMN 3701 3.00 Advertising, Culture, and Society
AP/COMN 3750 3.00 Television as Communication
AP/COMN 3751 3.00 Television as Culture

Criminology

AP/CRIM/SOSC 4650 6.00 Criminology Honours Seminar
AP/CRIM/SOSC 4652 6.00 Contemporary Issues in Criminology
AP/CRIM/SOSC 4653 6.00 Transnational and Comparative Criminology
AP/CRIM/SOSC 4654 6.00 Representing Crime
AP/CRIM/SOSC 4655 6.00 Cultures of Violence
AP/CRIM/SOSC 4656 6.00 Gender and Crime
AP/CRIM/SOSC 4657 6.00 Crime and the Corporation
AP/CRIM/SOSC 4658 6.00 Law, Crime, and Borders
AP/CRIM/SOSC 4659 6.00 Indigenous Peoples, Crime, and Justice
AP/CRIM/SOSC 4660 6.00 Criminalization of Dissent

Environmental Studies


ES/ENVS 3420 3.00 Environmental Law
ES/ENVS 4215 3.00 Globalization and Indigenous Peoples
ES/ENVS 4312 3.00 Global Justice and International Humanitarianism
ES/ENVS 4421 3.00 Environmental Law & Justice: Stories and Struggles

Gender and Women’s Studies

AP/GL/GWST 3506 6.00 Self and Identity: Contemporary Feminist and Anti-racist Perspectives AP/GL/GWST 3516 3.00 Women and Politics
AP/GL/GWST 4502 6.00 Violence Against Women
AP/GL/GWST 4512 6.00 Gender and the Law in an International Perspective

Geography

AP/GEOG 3050 6.0 Nature, Power and Society: An Introduction to Political Ecology

History

AP/HIST 3415 6.0 Law, Property and Freedom in Britain and its Empire
AP/HIST 3591 6.0 Politics, Law, and the Constitution in Modern Canada
AP/HIST 3850 6.0 Murder and Other Crimes: Law, Justice in 20th Century North America
AP/HIST 4270 6.0 Riot and Revolt in Early Modern Europe
AP/HIST 4508 6.0 Cultures and Colonialism: Canada 1600-1900
AP/HIST 4545 6.0 Topical Approaches to Canadian History

Human Rights and Equity Studies

AP/HREQ 3010 6.00 Human Rights and Global Economy
AP/HREQ 3890 6.00 Social Justice Studies: Theory and Practice
AP/HREQ 4185 3.00 Philosophical Perspectives on Justice
AP/HREQ 4410 3.00 The Anthropology of Human Rights
AP/HREQ 4740 6.00 Ideology, Social Policy, and the State

Humanities

AP/HUMA 1825 9.0 Law and Morality in Literature and Culture

*Effective September 14, 2014, this course cannot be used to satisfy the Humanities General Education requirement as well as the Criminology extended list requirement.

Linguistics

AP/LING 2430 3.0 Language, Power and Persuasion
AP/LING 2450 3.0 Language and the Law

Philosophy

AP/PHIL 2050 6.00 Philosophy of Law
GL/PHIL 2925 3.00 Philosophie du Droit
AP/PHIL 3190 3.00 Philosophical Issues in Constitutional Law
AP/PHIL 3195 3.00 Punishment and Responsibility
AP/PHIL 4185 3.00 Philosophical Perspectives on Justice
AP/PHIL 4190 3.00 Seminar in the Philosophy of Law

Political Science

AP/POLS 2200 3.00 Communities and Public Law
AP/POLS 3065 3.00 Political Culture of Race & Racism
AP/POLS 3135 3.00 Public Law 1
AP/POLS 3136 3.00 Public Law II
AP/POLS 3200 3.00 Global Conflict and Security
AP/POLS 3210 3.00 Global Conflict and Security II
AP/POLS 3255 6.00 Human Rights and Global Economy
AP/POLS 3270 3.00 Global Political Economy I: Theory and Approaches
AP/POLS 3275 3.00 Global Political Economy II: Issues and Problems Since 1945
AP/POLS 3410 3.00 Globalization, State Theory, and City-Regions
AP/POLS 3450 3.00 Women and Politics
AP/POLS 4015 3.00 Theories of Justice
AP/POLS 4065 3.00 Critical Theory: Society and Politics
AP/POLS 4080 3.00 Philosophy of Toleration
AP/POLS 4102 3.00 Advanced Topics in Aboriginal Politics
AP/POLS 4103 3.00 Diversity and Politics in Canada
AP/POLS 4105 3.00 Judicial Administration in Canada
AP/POLS 4125 3.00 Women and Current Policy Issues
AP/POLS 4130 6.00 Politics, Law, and the Courts
AP/POLS 4180 6.00 Politics and the Mass Media in Canada
AP/POLS 4200 6.00 International Relations Theory
AP/POLS 4212 3.00 Global Justice and International Humanitarianism
AP/POLS 4220 3.00 Canadian International Security Policy
AP/POLS 4260 3.00 Contemporary Security Studies
AP/POLS 4275 3.00 Politics of Security and Intelligence
AP/POLS 4401 3.00 Systems of Justice
AP/POLS 4410 3.00 Social Justice and Political Activists

Psychology

Note: A passing grade of C or higher must be achieved in HH/PSYC 1010 to take any of the following courses.

HH/PSYC 3140 3.00 Abnormal Psychology
HH/PSYC 3310 3.00 Psychology and Law
HH/PSYC 3500 3.00 Development in Adolescence
HH/PSYC 4030 6.00 Behaviour Modification and Behaviour Therapy
HH/PSYC 4050 6.00 Personality Theory and Behaviour Disorders
HH/PSYC 4080 6.00 Neuropsychology of Abnormal Behaviour

Social Science

AP/SOSC 1350 9.0 Gender and the Law
AP/SOSC 3362 6.00 Law, Medicine, and Madness
AP/SOSC 3370 6.00 Social Justice and Law
AP/SOSC 3391 6.00 Social Diversity and the Law
AP/SOSC 3392 6.00 International Perspectives in Law and Society
AP/SOSC 3745 3.00 City Building: Current Issues in Canadian Urbanism
AP/SOSC 3746 3.00 Cities as Neighborhoods and Communities
AP/SOSC 3992 6.00 Popular Trials
AP/SOSC 4043 6.00 Corporate Governance and Business Law in Comparative Context
AP/SOSC 4710 6.00 Urban Field Experience

Sociology

Note: 4000-level courses in sociology are reserved for fourth year students (i.e. 84 credits or above).

AP/SOCI 2070 6.00 Social Order and Social Organization
AP/SOCI 3410 6.00 Social Inequality
AP/SOCI 3450 6.00 Sociology of Race and Racism
AP/SOCI 3690 6.00 Sociology of Gender
AP/SOCI 4200 6.00 Sociology of Conflict and Conflict Resolution
AP/SOCI 4360 6.00 Migration Experiences: Theory and Practice
AP/SOCI 4420 6.00 Contemporary Social Issues of North American Native Peoples
AP/SOCI 4440 6.00 Racialization and the Law
AP/SOCI 4810 6.00 Women and the Criminal Justice System
AP/SOCI 4830 3.00 Childhood and Violence
AP/SOCI 4840 3.00 Sociology of Policing
AP/SOCI 4840 6.00 Advanced Issues in Policing
AP/SOCI 4850 3.00 Organized Crime


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