Bachelor's Degree Program

Human Justice

From human rights issues in foreign countries to working with at-risk youth, the Human Justice program fosters an in-depth understanding of criminal and restorative justice, social and economic justice, human rights and relevant human services. You will acquire skills in analytical and critical thinking and human service intervention. You will also take part in two semesters of professional experience in your second and fourth years of study.

Sample Courses

  • Introduction to Justice
  • Justice, Democracy and Social Change
  • Restorative and Community Justice
  • Justice and Indigenous Peoples
  • Young Offenders and Youth Justice
  • Foundations of Human Rights
  • Environment and Justice
  • Discrimination and Justice

Career Opportunities

Human justice graduates work in anti-poverty programs, with youth, as human rights advocates, with the department of justice, law school, in mobile crisis services, as policy analysts, in police services, with restorative justice and in provincial and federal corrections facilities.

Quick Facts

Program: Bachelor of Human Justice
Length: 4 years
Offered Through: University of Regina Campion College First Nations University of Canada Luther College
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
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