Deciding what’s fair and just is a complex task. It requires people who are passionate about bringing justice to the world. People like you.
As a student in the Master of Arts in Justice Studies, you'll learn about what justice means in many contexts. You'll look at ideas of justice from interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary and multifaceted perspectives.
Justice Studies topics may include: Indigenous rights, mental health and disability services and support,chousing poverty reduction, racism, gender inequality, environmental issues, You'll 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. You could have classmates from government, policing, military, for-profit/non-profit and international organizations. They share your desire to transform the world by solving complex social issues.
1. High School diploma or Secondary school diploma (if requested by university)
2. Bachelor degree/ Undergraduate diploma
3. Bachelor degree/ Undergraduate transcript of grades or marksheets
4. Language certificate
5. Reference letter (One or Two on request from University)