Academics - Sociology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice

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Sociology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice Department


Majors & Minors


Criminal Justice Major
The criminal justice major provides a general orientation to society and social processes (similar to that provided by sociology), but also includes a focused study of deviance, criminal behavior, and the criminal justice system. Course offerings leading to a major in criminal justice are open to students interested in a professional career or those planning to enter graduate school. Non-majors interested in the general area of deviance or criminology are encouraged to take courses in this major, provided they possess the stated prerequisites or comparable background.
Social Work Major
Course offerings leading to a major in social work are open to students interested in a professional career or those planning to enter graduate school. Non-majors interested in the general area of social work are encouraged to study in this discipline, provided they possess the stated prerequisites or have the necessary background.
Forensics Minor
Forensics minor consists of 19-20 credits.

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