Academic Catalog

Crime and Justice Minor

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Degree Type Offered: Minor

Consists of 24 credit hours including the following courses:

SOC-101 Sociological Imagination

SOC-211 Criminology

SOC-412 Adjudication and Corrections: Existing and Alternate Strategies

SOC-483X Senior Practicum in Crime and Justice


SOC-484X Professional Practicum in Law Enforcement

And four courses from the following :

BUS-370 Forensic and Investigative Accounting

FCS-347 Family Law and Public Policy

SOC-312 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency

SOC-313 Gender, Crime and Justice

SOC-314 World Justice Systems

SOC-315 Public Security and Insecurity

SOC-316 True Crime Sociology

SOC-335 Immigrants in the Shenandoah Valley

SOC/PHIL-367 Conflict Transformation

COMM-410E Communication Law and Ethics in a Digital Age

PHIL-320E Professional Ethics

PSCI-355 Constitutional Law of Civil Rights and Liberties

PSCI-420W International Law & Organization

PSY-340 Public Mental Health