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Introduction

Woodsworth College sponsors programs in two areas - Criminology and Employment Relations. The specialist and major programs in Criminology provide students with a foundation to begin the study of crime and the administration of the Canadian criminal justice system. The programs in Criminology may be combined with programs in Political Science, Psychology or Sociology.

The specialist and major programs in Employment Relations provide students with the opportunity to study the employment relationship in a Canadian context, from the perspectives of a number of disciplines such as economics, history, law, management, political science, and sociology. Students enrolled in the Criminology and Employment Relations programs are given priority when registering in WDW courses.

Enquiries:

Program Office, Woodsworth College, Room 200 (416-978-5783), or at www.wdw.utoronto.ca.

Woodsworth College Programs

Criminology (Arts program)


Consult Program Office, Woodsworth College.
Enrolment in the specialist program is limited. Students apply during the spring term of the year in which they complete either eight full credit courses or twelve full credit courses. Students applying after eight full credit courses must have obtained an average of at least 80% in WDW200Y1 and WDW220Y1 combined, and have a CGPA of at least 3.0.
Students applying after twelve full credit courses must have obtained an average of at least 80% in WDW200Y1 and WDW220Y1 and two additional full WDW Criminology credits, and have a CGPA of at least 3.0. Meeting the minimum requirements may not guarantee admission.

Specialist program:
(10 full courses or their equivalent, including at least four 300+ series courses, one of which must be a 400-series course)
1. One 100-series course chosen from the following list: ECO/ HIS/ PHI/ PHL/ POL/ PSY/ SOC
2. WDW200Y1, WDW220Y1
3. WDW300H1, WDW320H1, WDW335H1, WDW340H1, WDW350Y1
4. One full credit from: WDW310H1, WDW360H1, WDW365H1, WDW370H1, WDW375H1, WDW380H1, WDW385H1, 387H1, WDW390H1, 391H1, 392H1, 393H1, 394H1, WDW395H1, WDW450H1
5. One full credit from: WDW400H1, WDW410H1, WDW415H1, WDW420H1, WDW435H1, WDW440H1, WDW480H1
6. Two full credits from: HIS332H1, HIS355H1; PHL270H1, PHL271H1, PHL370H1; POL332Y1; PSY201H1, PSY202H1, PSY220H1, PSY240H1, PSY328H1; SOC212Y1, SOC213Y1, SOC306Y1; TRN305Y1; or additional courses from Group 4 or 5 above

Major program:
(7 full courses or their equivalent, including at least two 300+ series courses)
Enrolment in the major program is limited. Students must apply during the spring term of the year in which they complete their fourth full credit course. Students must also have completed one of the courses specified under 1. below. Only students with a CGPA of at least 2.5 will be considered. Meeting the minimum requirements may not guarantee admission.
1. One 100-series course chosen from the following list: ECO/ HIS/ PHI/ PHL/ POL/ PSY/ SOC
2. WDW200Y1, WDW220Y1
3. Two full credits from: WDW300H1, WDW310H1, WDW320H1, WDW335H1, WDW340H1, WDW350Y1, WDW360H1, WDW365H1, WDW370H1, WDW375H1, WDW380H1, WDW385H1, 387H1, WDW390H1, 391H1, 392H1, 393H1, 394H1, WDW395H1, WDW400H1, WDW420H1
4. Two full credits from: HIS332H1, HIS355H1; PHL270H1, PHL271H1, PHL370H1; POL332Y1; PSY201H1, PSY202H1, PSY220H1, PSY240H1, PSY328H1; SOC200Y1, SOC212Y1, SOC213Y1, SOC306Y1; TRN305Y1; or additional courses from Group 3 above

Employment Relations (Arts program)


Consult Program Office, Woodsworth College.
Enrolment in the specialist program is limited. Students must apply during the spring term of the year in which they complete their fourth full-credit course. Students must have completed ECO100Y1/ECO105Y1 and SOC101Y1. Only students with a CGPA of at least 2.5 will be considered. Meeting the minimum requirements may not guarantee admission.

Specialist program:
(10 full courses or their equivalent including at least four courses at the 300+level)
1. ECO100Y1/ECO105Y1; SOC101Y1
2. ECO244Y1/WDW244H1; HIS313Y1; MGT460H1; WDW260H1, WDW430Y1
3. ECO239Y1/ECO339Y1
4. ECO220Y1/PSY (PSY201H1 and PSY202H1)/SOC200Y1
5. ECO321Y1/323Y1/HIS262Y1/HIS263Y1/POL100Y1/POL102Y1/POL103Y1
6. MGT120H1/123H1/223H1/SOC207Y1/SOC317Y1/338Y1/SOC367H1/SOC370Y1/SOC375Y1/WDW344H1/345H1/346H1/347H1/348H1/349H1/WDW367H1/378H1

Major program:
(7 full courses or their equivalent including at least two at the 300+ level)
Enrolment in the major program is limited. Students must apply during the spring term of the year in which they complete their fourth full-credit course. Students must have completed ECO100Y1/ECO105Y1 and SOC101Y1. Only students with a CGPA of at least 2.3 will be considered. Meeting the minimum requirements may not guarantee admission.
1. ECO100Y1/ECO105Y1; SOC101Y1
2. ECO244Y1/WDW244H1; MGT460H1; WDW260H1, WDW430Y1
3. ECO239Y1/ECO339Y1/HIS313Y1/MGT120H1/123H1/223H1/SOC207Y1/SOC317Y1/338Y1/SOC367H1/SOC370Y1/SOC375Y1/WDW344H1/345H1/346H1/347H1/348H1/349H1/WDW367H1/378H1


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