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MHCJ 310 Theoretical Foundation in Mental Health and Criminal Justice

Effective date: September 2019

Students will gain a critical perspective on the intersection between the criminal justice and mental health systems, including the socio-historical contexts, social determinants, major theoretical underpinnings, and policies driving each system. Students will begin to develop cultural competence, gain foundational knowledge, and apply theoretical frameworks to work more effectively and collaboratively in both the mental health and criminal justice systems.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
6 blended/online hours per week
Tuition
$504.84 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.

Prerequisites

None.

Restricted course Open to students in Mental Health, Addictions, and Criminal Justice.

MHCJ 320 Systems and Services in Mental Health and Criminal Justice

Effective date: September 2019

Students will apply an interprofessional approach to explore and critically review organizational systems and services to effectively identify service strategies and deliver a collaborative model of support for mental health, addictions, and criminal justice services.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
6 blended/online hours per week
Tuition
$504.84 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.

Prerequisites

None.

Restricted course Open to students in Mental Health, Addictions, and Criminal Justice.

MHCJ 330 Methods and Practice in Mental Health and Criminal Justice

Effective date: September 2019

Students will develop evidence-based best practices to support persons who are involved with the justice system and who have mental health and substance use challenges. Through problem-based learning and case studies, students will develop assessment, planning, referral, collaboration, and advocacy skills. Indigenous models and treatment practices are explored. Effective communication and support strategies for work with people with challenging behavior are highlighted.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
6 blended/online hours per week
Tuition
$504.84 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.

Prerequisites

None.

Restricted course Open to students in Mental Health, Addictions, and Criminal Justice.

MHCJ 340 Contemporary Issues in Mental Health and Criminal Justice

Effective date: September 2019

Students will explore contemporary social issues and perspectives through a social justice, human rights, and practice lens. Through experiential learning and evidence-based research, students will develop an in-depth knowledge of select social conditions and practices that affect individuals who intersect with the mental health, criminal justice, and addiction service systems.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
6 blended/online hours per week
Tuition
$504.84 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020.

Prerequisites

All of:

Pre/Corequisites

Restricted course Open to students in Mental Health, Addictions, and Criminal Justice.

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