The Certificate in Criminology and Addictions Program (CCAP) is a new one year program at St. Peter's College. It allows students to explore a unique and increasingly popular field of study on the idyllic St. Peter's campus, which is close to home for many. The practicum compenent compliments theoretical knowledge gained in the classroom and gives students invaluable hands-on experience in the workforce. Most classes are conveniently scheduled in the evenings for those learners that have other commitments during the day.

Graduates of the program may apply for employment in the corrections, public safety, policing, court services, advocacy, addictions services and other areas in the criminal or social justice system. As well, the program serves as a foundation for further academic study or research. Graduates may also use this program as a step towards an undergraduate degree in Sociology, Psychology, Social Work, Native Studies, ABJAC (Aboriginal Justice & Criminology) or a related discipline. All of the courses may also be used to meet the requirements towards a 3-year B.A. degree, 4-year B.A. degree, or B.A. Honours degree.

Contact admissions@stpeters.sk.ca to receive your personal advising session and help with your application. 

Courses that make up the Certificate in Criminology and Addictions at SPC are:

Term 1:

Term 2

Spring/Summer