|Faculty:||Public Safety and Legal Studies|
|Degree:||Bachelor; Co-op; Honours|
|Field of Study:||Criminal Justice/Safety Studies
Security and Protective Services, Other
Protective Services Operations
|Description:||Explore a challenging and rewarding career in the evolving field of public safety.
The four-year Bachelor of Public Safety (Honours) degree program imparts the theory and hands-on instruction, allowing you to develop a systematic approach to public safety to counter, coordinate and investigate man-made and natural threats to individuals, information systems security, critical infrastructure, organizations, companies, and governments.
You learn the proven and sound principles of public safety within the context of Canadian legislation. Theoretical and experiential courses, combined with applied research and two co-op work terms, provide you with work-integrated learning opportunities, as well as the opportunity to develop and build investigative and analytical problem-solving skills. You develop inter-professional capabilities using a collaborative approach to addressing public safety situation
|Prerequisites:*||These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
|Application Notes :||Application for admission to an Ontario University for Ontario Secondary School students – For applicants presently registered full-time in an Ontario high school, this application is available only at Ontario high schools.
Application for admission to an Ontario University – For applicants who wish to apply to an undergraduate program for full-time studies and who have never taken courses at Carleton University, this application is available online at www.ouac.on.ca and is used by all Canadian, permanent residents and all others who live in Canada.
Application for admission to an Ontario University – International applicants – For non-Canadian applicants outside Canada who are applying to an undergraduate program for full-time studies, this application is available online at www.ouac.on.ca. Canadians outside the country use the 105D application.