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Community Justice Concentration

Community Justice emphasizes the need for collaborative efforts between criminal legal agencies and community partners to enhance informal social control with the goal of stabilizing communities and reducing crime. Specific strategies include community organizing, different aspects of crime prevention, private-public partnerships, and justice initiatives.

Students in the Community Justice Concentration will be required to register for 2 Criminology courses from the list below:

  • CRIM 208: Communities and Crime
  • CRIM 209: Community Corrections
  • CRIM 309: Crime Prevention
  • CRIM 310: Mental Illness and the Criminal Legal System
  • CRIM 398: Internships
In addition, students in the Community Justice Concentration will be required to choose 3 elective courses from the list below:

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