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9. FACULTY OF ARTS

9.9 ACADEMIC PROGRAMS IN ARTS

9.9.10 ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE (SASKATCHEWAN MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONS AND POLICING) (ACCJ)

The Advanced Certificate in Criminal Justice (Saskatchewan Ministry of Corrections and Policing) provides the equivalent of the concentration in Criminal Justice (Saskatchewan Ministry of Corrections and Policing) to holders of a Bachelor of Human Justice. Refer to §9.25.3. Students holding a BHJ awarded in Fall 1998 or later complete any remaining requirements of the BHJ with the concentration in Criminal Justice (Saskatchewan Ministry of Corrections and Policing) as outlined below. Holders of a BHJ awarded prior to Fall 1998 by the Faculty of Social Work must also fulfill any outstanding Arts course requirements in addition to the courses required for the Certificate; specific courses to be completed will be determined by the Arts Student Services Office, in consultation with the Department of Justice Studies.

The minimum program GPA for graduation is 65%. To meet the residence requirements, JS 490, as well as at least four additional JS courses must be completed at the University of Regina. Students completing the requirements for the certificate as part of their BHJ program must apply for graduation within one year of the degree being awarded.

Students completing the requirements for the certificate as part of their BHJ program must apply for graduation within one year of the degree being awarded.

9.9.11 BACHELOR OF ARTS HONOURS CERTIFICATE (BA HONS CERT.)

The BA Honours Certificate provides the equivalent of a four-year Honours degree to holders of a three-year BA or a four-year bachelor’s degree from the University of Regina or another approved university. The Honours Certificate may be in a major different than that of the underlying degree program.

Students must complete at least 30 credit hours in addition to the courses in the bachelor’s degree, including any remaining requirements of the BA Honours major (and any remaining core requirements if their previous degree is not a BA from the University of Regina), and must meet the residency requirements. The BA Honours Certificate is governed by the same regulations, has the same admission criteria and procedure, and requires the same graduating GPAs (calculated on the aggregate of degree and certificate courses) as the BA Honours degree. Refer to §9.9.2.

9.9.12 CERTIFICATES IN CHINESE, ECONOMICS, GERMAN, HEALTH STUDIES, INTERCULTURAL LEADERSHIP, INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, JAPANESE, SPANISH

30 credit hour certificates are offered. Refer to the major departments (§§9.15, 9.19, 9.21, 9.22, and 9.23)

Note: Students completing the requirements for the Certificate as part of a degree program must apply for graduation within one year of the degree being awarded.

9.9.13 CERTIFICATS EN FRANÇAIS / CERTIFICATES IN FRENCH

Le Certificat en Français Langue Seconde, et le Certificat en Français Langue Maternelle sont offerts en collaboration avec le Département de Français et l’Institut français. Voir les §§25.3.1 et 25.3.2.

The Certificate in French as a Second Language, and the Certificate in French as a Maternal Language are offered jointly by the Depart-ment of French and the Institut français. See §§25.3.1 and 25.3.2.

9.9.14 CERTIFICATE IN INDIAN COMMUNICATION ARTS (INCA)

A two-year, 72-credit-hour program of studies, the Certificate in Indian Communication Arts, is offered through the First Nations University of Canada's Department of Interdisciplinary Programs, in co-operation with the School of Journalism. Details of the Certificate in Indian Communication Arts (INCA) program can be found in §9.21.

9.9.15 LIBERAL ARTS CERTIFICATE (LAC)

The Certificate is designed to recognize students who, during their first year of university-level studies, have followed a curriculum consistent with the liberal-arts tradition. In this tradition, with roots in classical antiquity, students are introduced to a relatively wide range of subjects in order to acquire knowledge and intellectual capacities that are general to all walks of life, rather than specific to a particular profession or trade.

9.9.16 LIBERAL ARTS DIPLOMA (LAD)

The Diploma is designed to recognize students who, during their first two years of university-level studies, have followed a curriculum consistent with the liberal-arts tradition. In this tradition, with roots in classical antiquity, students are introduced to a relatively wide range of subjects in order to acquire knowledge and intellectual capacities that are general to all walks of life, rather than specific to a particular profession or trade. The Diploma also encourages students to find a field of study that most excites their curiosity and to begin developing a deeper understanding of that field.