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Convenient: complete assignments for your graduate diploma in Countering Crime when it’s convenient for you
Relevant: examine issues related to social class, gender, race, and how they impact public safety policies
Focused: learn to strategize with evidence-based decisions to link performance with objectives and outcomes
The Wilfrid Laurier University online Graduate Diploma in Countering Crime is a postgraduate credential designed for active professionals looking to build their career in public safety. Developed by public safety professionals with industry experience and created to align with the current initiatives of Public Safety Canada, this 100% online program focuses on delivering practical knowledge that can be immediately applied in the office and in the field.
The Laurier Graduate Diploma in Countering Crime is the only program of its kind in Canada. Fast and flexible, the program can be completed in just over a year while you work.
To apply for admission to the online graduate diploma program, applicants must meet the following requirements and submit the outlined paperwork:
The graduate diplomas are currently not eligible for Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) or financial aid.
For more information about the admissions process or your eligibility, speak with an enrolment advisor at 888.368.0345.
If you are interested in continuing your studies in the Master of Public Safety program upon completion of a graduate diploma program, you are eligible to receive up to 2 transfer credits.
Develop expertise in the theories and issues driving crime prevention, law enforcement and rehabilitation practices in Canada. Prepare yourself for positions that focus on leading countering crime initiatives and preventing crime before it happens, such as law enforcement, intelligence analysis and more. If you’re ready to progress in your current career or looking to change directions while building on your experience, a Graduate Diploma in Countering Crime is the perfect way to gain the knowledge and credentials you’ll need to define your future.
To learn more about the program, download the curriculum guide.