After a prohibition that has been in place for almost 100 years, the Canadian government will legalize the recreational use of cannabis in 2018. This will make Canada only the second country in the world (behind Uruguay) to do so at a national level. Students will examine the history of cannabis within Canada, develop insights into the factors behind the decision to legalize, discuss the findings of the Cannabis Legalization and Regulation Task Force, and explore the emerging legal framework surrounding the personal use of cannabis. This course has mandatory group work.
In this course, students acquire foundational knowledge and skills related to the development, structure and practical operation of the Canadian criminal justice system. The course is geared towards students who will become practitioners in the criminal justice field and will require knowledge of their role in relation to the justice process as a whole. Throughout the course, students will have an opportunity to critically analyze the various components of the justice system, as well as examine the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the system.Textbook required.
Students explore the evolution of wired networks to wireless networking and its impact on the corporate world. Using case studies and real-world events, the student discusses risk assessments, threats, and vulnerabilities of wireless networks, as well as the security measures that should be put in place to mitigate breaches. Students will look at the policies and procedures in place and a glimpse ahead at the future of wireless and mobile device security. Textbook Required