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General Certificate in Law and Society

Note: For purposes of meeting certificate requirements, all foundations courses will count as six credits.

York University students may earn a General Certificate in Law and Society in addition to fulfilling the requirements for a bachelor's degree. To qualify for the General Certificate in Law and Society, students must complete 24 credits from a list of approved law and society courses, and the cumulative grade point average in these 24 credits must be 5.0 or higher.

Course requirements for the general certificate are as follows: AS/SOSC 2350 6.0 and 18 additional credits from among the courses recognized as satisfying the degree requirements in the Law and Society Program. At least six credits must be taken at the 4000 level. A maximum of 12 credits may be offered by the Political Science Department. Courses taken may not be used to fulfill both the public policy and administration degree and the General Certificate in Law and Society. For a current list of approved courses, see the law and society or Social Science Division supplemental calendars. Further information about the General Certificate in Law and Society is available from the coordinator of the Law and Society Program.

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