The Bachelor of Human Services (Police Studies) Degree encourages a broadened critical understanding of the nature, role and function of policing. Learners will explore a variety of topics offering opportunities for careers in law enforcement. The program learning outcomes value an integrated learning approach to police education that will provide a diverse spectrum of students with the critical mix of professionalism, technical/legal expertise and analytical skills necessary to succeed in justice-related careers. This multi-dimensional degree complements, rather than duplicates, existing educational initiatives, offering courses that encourage increasing levels of thinking and analysis, and which are dynamic in design, rationale and delivery. The learning outcomes are designed to directly calibrate with the policing community and its high professional standards.
Already working in the field? Fast-track your degree with advanced standing through our online Bachelor of Human Services (Police Studies) degree offered on a part-time basis. Qualified first-class constables can receive advanced standing for 50 per cent of the program and up to an additional exemption of 25 per cent for postsecondary education. We welcome students from all over Canada and from a range of ranks and backgrounds including military police, RCMP, OPP and other policing agencies. See our brochure for more details.
OSSD or equivalent with \r\n- minimum overall average of 65 per cent \r\n- six Grade 12 U or M level courses\r\n- Grade 12 English (U) \r\n\r\nNote: Police Foundations diploma graduates can apply to our advanced standing stream through OCAS using the major code of BHSA.
You must meet ONE of the following requirements to be eligible for admission to these programs:Secondary school applicants:- OSS Curriculum: OSSD or equivalent with six Grade 12 U or M level courses (Minimum overall average of 65 per cent) Including: Grade 12 English (U) (ENG4U)Students presenting equivalent qualifications will also be considered for admission. A grade 12 university or university/college Mathematics course is highly recommended. Non-Secondary school applicants (19 years or older):- Any credit Communication course taken at Georgian College- College diploma programs such as: Police Foundations* - Equivalent courses in English taken through secondary school or Independent Learning Centres (at the advanced or university level with a minimum overall average of 65%)- English, Literature or Communication credit courses from accredited colleges/universities* available from Georgian College. For a complete listing please contact the Office of the Registrar.