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At the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities (FSSH), we believe an interdisciplinary approach to community outreach, research and teaching are essential to develop the leaders of tomorrow. Our diverse and interdisciplinary group of scholars provide you with the tools necessary to excel in local and global communities.

What we offer

  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Digital Media Studies, Criminology and Justice, Forensic Psychology, Legal Studies, and Political Science.
  • Graduate studies in Criminology and Forensic Psychology.

Commitment to social justice

Our faculty and staff members hold true to our dedication to social justice by placing value on collective responsibility and shared governance. We see this commitment shine through in our faculty members' research, which focuses on topics such as:

  • cyberbullying
  • hate crime
  • immigration policy
  • Indigenous law and rights
  • mental health advocacy
  • violence against women
  • wrongful conviction
  • youth crime


The Technology-Enriched Learning Environment (TELE) program provides students with tools to aid in academic success. It has two operating models: Laptop TELE and Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) TELE.

FSSH students participate in the BYOD TELE model.