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Race, Class, Gender, and Justice Concentration

Race, Class, Gender, and Justice examines the social, political, and economic inequities in society. This concentration sensitizes students to the struggles of marginalized groups who are exposed to the criminal legal system.  The courses within this concentration serve to further students' conceptual understanding of the values, ethics, and power relationships involved in the process of justice.

Students in the Race, Class, Gender and Justice Concentration will be required to register for 2 Criminology courses from the list below:

  • CRIM 105: Crime and the Media
  • CRIM 208: Latinos/as and the Criminal Legal System
  • CRIM 304: White Collar & Corporate Crime
  • CRIM 200: Law, Language, Crime and Culture
  • CRIM 398: Internships

In addition, students in the Race, Class, Gender and Justice Concentration will be required to choose 3 elective courses from the list below:

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