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9.31 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE STUDIES

9.31.3 BACHELOR OF HUMAN JUSTICE (BHJ)

The BHJ is a 120-credit-hour degree, structured as follows.

Credit hours BHJ general program,required courses Student's record of courses completed
Arts Core Requirements
3.0 ENGL 100  
3.0 ENGL 110  
3.0 One course in logic or math  
3.0

Any two courses in the same language other than English

 
3.0  
3.0 One course from List A*  
3.0 One course from List B*  
3.0 Course in fine arts*  
3.0 One natural science course with a laboratory*  
3.0 One course in a new subject in Arts, Fine Arts, or Science, excluding JS or JRN.*  
3.0 One course in a new subject in Arts, Fine Arts, or Science, excluding JS or JRN.*  
33.0 Subtotal
The courses marked * must all be in different subjects. Remaining core requirements (List B) are fulfilled by major courses. Refer to 9.9.1.1 for detailed information on the Arts Core Requirements.
Major Requirements
3.0 JS 210  
9.0 JS 290/291  
3.0 JS 230  
3.0 JS 380  
3.0 One of: ANTH 333; GEOG 205; INDG 280, 281, or 282;  PSYC 204; SOC 404; SOST 201 or 203; STAT 100 and 200; or SW 451  
3.0 One of JS 316 or 384  
3.0 Three additional JS courses.  
3.0  
3.0  
3.0

Six additional JS courses or approved electives.

 
3.0  
3.0  
3.0  
3.0  
3.0  
15.0 JS 490, 491, 492  
* At least three JS courses must be at the 400-level, in addition to JS 490, 491, 492. 
66.0 Subtotal: 70% major GPA required
Open Electives
21.0 7 elective courses
A maximum of 14 introductory level courses is permitted in the BHJ, refer to 9.7.4. Electives may be used to complete optional minor(s).
120.0 Total: 65% PGPA required

 

9.31.3.1 Concentrations

Students may select an optional concentration in either Criminal Justice and Restorative Justice or Social Justice and Human Rights by completing the listed courses within their major requirements. Alternately, students may choose to not complete a concentration.

Students interested in employment possibilities with Corrections and Public Safety and Policing (Saskatchewan) should take the Criminal and Restorative Justice (Corrections and Public Safety) concentration within the BHJ. Students who have already completed a BHJ may complete the Advanced Certificate in Criminal and Restorative Justice (Corrections and Public Safety).

Credit hours BHJ Concentration in Social Justice and Human Rights, required courses Student's record of courses completed
Arts Core Requirements
3.0 ENGL 100  
3.0 ENGL 110  
3.0 One course in logic or math  
3.0

Any two courses in the same language other than English

 
3.0  
3.0 One course from List A*  
3.0 One course from List B*  
3.0 Course in fine arts*  
3.0 One natural science course with a laboratory*  
3.0 One course in a new subject in Arts, Fine Arts, or Science, excluding JS or JRN.*  
3.0 One course in a new subject in Arts, Fine Arts, or Science, excluding JS or JRN.*  
33.0 Subtotal
The courses marked * must all be in different subjects. Remaining core requirements (List B) are fulfilled by major courses. Refer to §9.9.1.1 for detailed information on the Arts Core Requirements.
Major Requirements
3.0 JS 210  
9.0 JS 290/291  
3.0 JS 230  
3.0 JS 380  
3.0 JS 381  
3.0 One of: ANTH 333; GEOG 205; INDG 280, 281, 282; PSYC 204; SOC 404; SOST 201 or 203; STAT 100; SW 451  
3.0 JS 384  
3.0 Four additional JS courses or approved electives.  
3.0  
3.0  
3.0  
3.0 Four of: JS 317, 382, 350, 385, 383, 310, 312, 311, 480, 431, 481  
3.0  
3.0  
3.0  
15.0 JS 490, 491, 492  
At least two JS courses must be at the 400-level, in addition to JS 490, 491, 492.
66.0 Subtotal: 70% major GPA required
Open Electives
21.0 7 elective courses
A maximum of 14 introductory level courses is permitted in the BHJ, refer to §9.7.4. Electives may be used to complete optional minor(s).
120.0 Total: 65% PGPA required

OR

Credit hours BHJ Concentration in Criminal Justice and Restorative Justice, required courses Student's record of courses completed
Arts Core Requirements
3.0 ENGL 100  
3.0 ENGL 110  
3.0 One course in logic or math  
3.0

Any two courses in the same language other than English

 
3.0  
3.0 One course from List A*  
3.0 One course from List B*  
3.0 Course in fine arts*  
3.0 One natural science course with a laboratory*  
3.0 One course in a new subject in Arts, Fine Arts, or Science, excluding JS or JRN.*  
3.0 One course in a new subject in Arts, Fine Arts, or Science, excluding JS or JRN.*  
33.0 Subtotal
The courses marked * must all be in different subjects. Remaining core requirements (List B) are fulfilled by major courses. Refer to §9.9.1.1 for detailed information on the Arts Core Requirements.
Major Requirements
3.0 JS 210  
9.0 JS 290/291  
3.0 JS 230  
3.0 JS 380  
3.0 JS 340  
3.0 One of: ANTH 333; GEOG 205; INDG 280, 281, 282;  PSYC 204; SOC 404; SOST 201 or 203; STAT 100; SW 451  
3.0 JS 316  
3.0

Four additional JS courses or approved electives. JS 342 is recommended for students intending to earn the CPSP designation.

 
3.0  
3.0  
3.0  
3.0

Four of: JS 314, 341, 318, 370, 460, 313, 440, 431

 
3.0  
3.0  
3.0  
15.0 JS 490, 491, 492. Placement must be in a corrections field to earn the CPSP designation.  
At least two JS courses must be at the 400-level, in addition to JS 490, 491, 492 Students may be eligible to graduate with the CPSP designation if they have successfully completed JS 342 and completed a practicum in the corrections field.
66.0 Subtotal: 70% major GPA required
Open Electives
21.0 7 elective courses
A maximum of 14 introductory level courses is permitted in the BHJ, refer to §9.7.4. Electives may be used to complete optional minor(s).
120.0 Total: 65% PGPA required

 

Students are strongly encouraged to take additional JS courses listed in the concentration (see above) and approved elective courses that are relevant to work in the corrections field (consult the Dept. of Justice Studies for further details).

9.31.3.2 Approved electives for Human Justice major
  • BUS/ADMN 100, 203, 220, 250, 260, 306, 307, 308, 320, 328, 340, 341, 342, 344, 346, 352, 353, 354, 355, 357, 358, 364
  • ANTH 203, 240, 302, 303, 304, 310, 340, 343, 347
  • ECON 211, 212, 233, 234, 236, 237, 253, 255, 273, 277, 281, 311, 332, 341, 342 (formerly ECON 441), 353, 354, 360, 361, 362, 363, 372 
  • EDAM 310, ECCU 200, 300, EFDN 301, 303, 307, 308, 309, 311, 406, EIAD 355, EIHE 215, EINE 205, EINS 300, 400, EPS 100, EPSY 225, 322, 323, 324, 326, 328, 350, 384
  • GEOG 210, 220, 226 (formerly 200), 303, 309, 310, 316, 322, 324, 328, 330, 338, 409, 422
  • All HIST 100-, 200- and 300-level courses
  • HUM 207, 260
  • IDS 200AA-ZZ
  • INHS 100, 101, 200, 210
  • INDG 200, 224, 225, 258, 301, 305, 324, 400, 421, 424, 430
  • JRN 310, 311, 315, 317
  • JS 315
  • KHS 240, 243, 286, 292, 341, 344, 345, 387, 394, 395
  • PHIL 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 336 
  • All PSCI 200-, 300-, and 400-level courses
  • PSYC 210, 220, 230, 310, 311, 325, 330, 333, 335, 336, 411
  • RLST 258, 267, 275, 301, 311, 313, 315, 319, 322, 332, 333, 334, 336, 341, 342, 369, 377, 407AA-ZZ
  • SOC 201, 202, 203, 205AA-ZZ (formerly SOC 204), 208 (formerly SOC 206), 210, 211, 212, 213, 215, 217, 222, 300, 301, 308, 312, 314, 315, 320, 440, 450, 460, 480, SOST 220
  • STS 100, 230, 231, 239AA-ZZ, 270, 271, 330, 371, 372, 373, 400
  • All SW courses except SW 348, 448, 458
  • Other courses will be considered on request

NOTE: JS students must observe all course prerequisites and registration restrictions as outlined in the calendar and/or the course schedule when registering in these courses.

 

 

 


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