Police and Justice Studies (Gr.12)

Developed with police and other justice agencies, this two-year program will prepare you for the challenges of a career in policing, as well as in corrections, parole, customs, and other government services at the federal, provincial or municipal levels. Your diploma credits count towards completion of an arts, business or criminology degree.

  • Students will earn 32 credits after successful completion of the program that will be applied to their Dogwood Diploma
  • These courses will be recorded on the student’s transcript as grade 12 elective courses
  • School District No. 73 covers the cost of the tuition: approximately $5,400.00 of the first year’s tuition (subject to change). Other ancillary costs are paid by the student

Who Attends: Any district student with a school recommendation and who meets the criteria listed in the TRU Start Application 

Date: Students attend their first year during their grade 12 year. The program involves a second year after graduation

Location:  Thompson Rivers University

Fee: All ancillary fees are the responsibility of the student. Please see application for estimated costs. Fall and Winter Semester tuition for the student's grade 12 year is paid by SD73 to TRU

Application Fee: $32.27 to be included with submission of completed application (Cheques payable to "SD73")

Application Due Date: February 1, 2024

Application: TRU Start - Police and Justice Application (Please print ONE-SIDED and write legibly in blue or black ink)

Students enrolled at Barriere Secondary School, Chase Secondary School, Clearwater Secondary School, or Logan Lake Elementary Secondary School may apply for the Rural Student Billet Homestay program. For more information and to express an interest, please visit here.
Expression of Interest forms are to be submitted to your school TNT Coordinator along with your program application form.

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