Royal Roads University justice studies earn praise

West Shore institution grades recognized at University of Londong

Royal Roads University’s BA in Justice Studies was singled out as an exemplary program by a leading UK university.

The BAJS is the only non-Bachelor of Laws program whose graduates are recognized for immediate entry into the University of London’s Masters of Laws degree for international students.

James J. Busuttil, Director of the International LLM at the University of London, confirmed the recognition following a visit to Royal Roads in May 2012.

According to Busuttil a student with a BA in Justice Studies from Royal Roads University with a GPA of 3.0 or higher can be accepted to study immediately.

 

“Dr. Busuttil noted the content, rigour and outcomes of Royal Roads’ BA in Justice Studies make it the only such program he has come across in all his international travels whose graduates he’s willing to accept for immediate entrance,” said Shelley Langille, director, Military and Security Relations and Business Development.

 

 

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