The Only Program of Its Kind in Canada
Designed and co-taught by law enforcement professionals.
This innovative program focuses on the substantive law issues (as contrasted with the legal procedural issues) confronting policing professionals in their day-to-day work.
Who Should Apply?
- Law Enforcement Professionals
- Professionals in related fields in senior or leadership positions in police or regulatory agencies.
What You Can Expect
This flexible, part-time program is designed to meet the needs of all professionals working in the sector. The program is delivered in small group seminars, over a two-year period. There is one two-day in-person requirement at the on-set of the program for Policing and the Charter. The remainder of the program’s courses are evening courses, which students can participate in in-person or remotely via video conferencing.
Course plans are typically provided for the next two calendar years. Specific course schedules are subject to change without notice until the course enrollment process for an upcoming term begins. Please check course schedules immediately before making your enrollment request to ensure you have the most current schedule information.
This tool is for planning purposes only. Selecting courses using this tool does not enroll you in the course or reserve a space in the course for you.
Program Start and Application Deadlines
The next start date for the program has not yet been confirmed.
Tuition and Fees
Part-time students pay in six installments over six terms.
Students who complete the program in fewer than six terms will have their final installment(s) added at the end of their program. Students who require more terms will be subject to additional tuition fees.
Students are also subject to supplementary fees including health benefits. Find out more about supplementary fees here.
- Undergraduate Bachelor’s Degree
- A Minimum of Five Years’ Related Professional Experience
- If your first language is not English, you must show you have an acceptable level of English by completing a language proficiency test.You do not need to complete a language test if you have completed a year of full-time study at a university where English is the official language.