Minor in Legal Studies
A Minor in Legal Studies is available to students pursuing a program of study in a different discipline. Students will need to achieve a minimum 60% average in the 18 credits presented for the Minor in Legal Studies. In addition to the requirements listed below, please refer to the Minor Requirements section.
Students must complete 18 credits for a Legal Studies minor as follows:
|Students must complete the following 12 credits:|
|CRJS 1206||Introduction to Canadian Law||3 cr.|
|CRJS 2216||Civil Law and Civil Procedure||3 cr.|
|CRJS 3086||Law and Society||3 cr.|
|CRJS 3206||Canadian Criminal Law and Criminal Proceedings||3 cr.|
|Students must complete six credits from the following:|
|CRJS 2106||Psychology and Law||3 cr.|
|CRJS 3087||Law and Society II||3 cr.|
|CRJS 3416||Aboriginal Legal Studies||3 cr.|
|CRJS 4016||Issues in Family Law||3 cr.|
|ADMN 2307||Commercial Law||3 cr.|
|ANTR 3027||Anthropology, Aboriginal Peoples, and the Law||3 cr.|
|GEND 2146||Law, Power and Justice||3 cr.|
|GEND 2157||Case Studies in Gender and Law||3 cr.|
|GEND 2187||International Human Rights||3 cr.|
|GEND 2516||Violence, Race and Law||3 cr.|
|HIST 3286||Taking Liberties: Human Rights in Canadian History||3 cr.|
|PHIL 2505||Reasoning and Logical Argument||6 cr.|
|POLI 2706||Canadian Politics||3 cr.|
The minor in Legal Studies will be awarded at the time of graduation.
This minor is available to students in a Criminal Justice program as long as they present 18 unique credits which are not already being used to satisfy their program requirements.