Pathway Summary


Pathway ID
Pathway Title
BAA (General) in Justice Studies
Pathway Last Updated

Sending Institution Information

Sending Institution
Fleming College
Education, Community and Social Services
Program Area
Justice, Paralegal, Police/Military, Emergency, and Protective Services
Program Title
Community and Justice Services

Receiving Institution Information

Receiving Institution
University of Guelph-Humber
Arts, Fine Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
Program Area
Criminology, Justice, Paralegal, Police/Military Studies
Program Title
Bachelor of Applied Arts (General) in Justice Studies

Contact Procedures

University of Guelph-Humber
207 Humber College Blvd,
Toronto, Ontario M9W 5L7

Phone: 416-798-1331 ext. 6389
Fax: 416.798.3606


Pathway Details

Terms for renewal or cancellation

The University of Guelph-Humber will review this transfer pathway every three years, or sooner if substantive changes are made to the curricula of either program. Any change to this pathway will not affect current students. Students enrolled at the University of Guelph-Humber at the time of any change shall be allowed to complete their degree based on the original terms of this transfer pathway.

Eligibility for Pathway

The Bachelor of Applied Arts in Justice Studies is open to anyone with a minimum three years of direct full-time work experience in a related field and have completed a high-affinity diploma in Community and Justice Services from a recognized institution with a minimum cumulative average of 70%.

Applicants must submit a cover letter and resume to be considered for additional credit based on PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition).


Credit transfer

Students may be granted up to 5.0 credits for a completed 2-year high-affinity diploma in Community and Justice Services with a minimum cumulative average of 70%. In addition, applicants will be assessed for PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition) and may receive between 2.0-4.0 additional credits as a result. The total credit awarded is between 7.0-9.0 which is equivalent to approximately 14-18 courses.

Credits that must be achieved at the receiving institution

Students will be required to complete up to 15 credits.

Anticipated normal schedule of student progression

This program is delivered in a hybrid format, combining intensive in-class weekends and online study. Students may complete this program in 28-36 months (2.5-3 years) based on credit awarded for the diploma and PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition).

Credential(s) to be granted on successful completion of all required components

Bachelor of Applied Arts (General) in Justice Studies from the University of Guelph.

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