Understanding justice, and its many layers, is complicated. It requires thinkers who are passionate about creating a just world. Thinkers like you.
As a student in the Graduate Diploma in Justice Studies program, you will learn about what justice means in many contexts, societies and organizations. You'll look at ideas of justice from interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary and multifaceted perspectives.
Justice Studies topics may include Indigenous rights, health, disability, housing, poverty, racism, gender inequality environmental issues.
You will learn concepts around fairness, identity and communication, with the goal of creating social change and a more just world.
This program is meant for current and aspiring professionals in justice-related institutions or agencies. Your classmates may be from government, policing, military, for-profit/non-profit and international organizations. People who share your desire to transform the world by solving complex social issues.
Four-year (or comparable) undergraduate degree in a relevant and related field*, with a minimum GPA of 'B+' (3.33/4.33), from a recognized post-secondary institution