Collaborative and Degree Completion Programs We offer a collaborative program in Policing and Criminal Justice with Niagara College (CSPCJ) and a degree completion program with Yukon College. The CSPCJ Program responds to the need for professionals who possess both a solid academic background and the applied skills and substantive knowledge in areas of policing and criminal justice. You can find more information about this program on the Faculty of Social Science website: brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs/policing
The Yukon College Degree Completion program allows students to complete their second year courses at Yukon College in Whitehorse. The Yukon program is unique in that it allows students to study and travel within Canada. Students have the opportunity to learn in a different environment with a number of chances to interact with members of Aboriginal communities and other unique cultures.
ProgramCollege Policing and Criminal Justice Niagara College Yukon College Degree Completion Yukon College (in Whitehorse!)
TIP: Applying to Collaborative Programs Applications for the most of the collaborative programs are due at the end of first year. Each program will have specific requirements (including average requirements and possibly course requirements), so if you think one of these programs might be right for you be sure to gather information you need ahead of time.
Psychology students have exciting opportunities to take their learning overseas! PSYC majors can participate in the Student Exchange Program and spend one term or a full academic year at one of our partner universities. Have you thought about studying your courses halfway across the world in Australia? Or perhaps spending a year at Maastricht University, in the Netherlands? Maastricht offers psychology courses taught in English, in a problem-based learning environment that will only enhance your Brock psychology degree. The courses you take at our partner institutions will transfer back to your Brock degree. As well, you continue to pay Brock tuition, so you do not have to worry about the cost of being an international student. Over the last few years, Psychology students have gone to the UK, Australia and Europe. Adding an international learning program to your degree may help you achieve your personal, academic and professional goals. There are many short- and long-term study opportunities for you to add to your Psychology degree – email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about your options.
Useful Websites and Contact Information Policing and Criminal Justice contact Jeanette Ramsay: email@example.com Yukon Degree Completion Program contact Kathy Belicki: firstname.lastname@example.org