Criminology, Pre-Professional Loading...
Behavioural sciences and humanities combine in this quota program, preparing students to seek entry to the second year of studies. There are additional admission requirements for this program: two letters of reference; a personal resume, noting volunteer and/or work experience in a related field; a written statement of personal career objectives; an interview.
Admission to the program at the University of Alberta is competitive. Students are advised to apply for second year and should take advantage of an admission offer as soon as possible. The Criminology Program has changed to encompass two streams. Students should apply to the Course-based/Regular Stream. Students interested in the Field Placement Stream should contact the Criminology Department at the U of A after application is made. Students who will not have the admission requirements after completion of the first year or who apply and are not offered admission, may enrol in a second year at GPRC and apply for admission to third year at the University. A second year of study does not guarantee admission; students will still be required to be competitive. Students who are planning on doing a second year at GPRC should consult with an Academic Advisor.
Consult the Criminology webpage on the U of A website for minimum Grade Point Average requirements.
- Junior English (3 credits)
- Language other than English (6 credits) (if required) or Options (6 credits)
- Options (15 credits), AN1010 recommended