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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Crime and Justice Minor

Our minor in Crime and Justice is designed to help students interested in law enforcement, legal careers, or restorative justice prepare themselves to be successful professionally while contributing to thoughtful, progressive justice reform in their communities.  The minor provides a grounding in the theoretical and legal aspects of justice as well as innovative opportunities for gaining hands on experience.  Students who pair a minor in Crime and Justice with a major in the social sciences (such as Psychology, Political Science, or Sociology & Anthropology) or any of our other strong degree programs will find themselves well-prepared for a meaningful, challenging career in one of the many diverse fields related to justice.

Core Requirements: Take at least two of these three courses


*Because the Crime and Justice minor is intended to be interdisciplinary by design, no more than 8 credits may be applied to the minor from a single discipline.