The Justice and Public Safety Degree program at the University of Guelph-Humber provides an opportunity for working professionals to earn a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree from the University of Guelph part-time —while continuing to work. The degree is offered 100% online with no in person instruction. Significant credit is given for previous post-secondary education, work experience and professional training which allows you to complete the entire degree in 2 to 2.5 years of part-time study.
We will be hosting GH Talks: Justice and Public Safety webinar that will highlight more information about our program, courses, scholarships, application, and admissions process on February 27, 2022 at 1:00 pm EST. You can register for this event and for more information on our website.
Here are some others ways you can connect with us and learn more:
- View our Justice and Public Safety program brochure which has more information about the program.
- Check out this article to hear from our alumnus Bryan Larkin, Chief of Police, Waterloo Regional Police Service
- Take a look at this video featuring Dr. Glenn Hanna, Assistant Program Head, Justice Studies, and Kimberly Greenwood, Chief of Police, Barrie Police Service