Social Justice Advocacy


Available to Criminal Justice majors and Non-Criminal Justice majors

For students interested in a professional career working with juveniles and the Juvenile Justice System, Probation, Parole, Domestic Violence, Crisis Intervention, Rehabilitation, Counseling and Advocating for Victims of Crime and Abuse.


For students interested in a professional career working with juveniles and the Juvenile Justice System, Probation, Parole, Domestic Violence, Crisis Intervention, Rehabilitation, Counseling and Advocating for Victims of Crime and Abuse.

Required Courses       ( 6 Credits ) 
CRIM1125     Introduction to Social Service Advocacy
SOCI3316     The Family: Stability and Dysfunction
Select any three courses ( 9 credits ) 
SOCI2805     Contemporary Social Issues 
SOCI3201     Methods in Social Research
SOCI3318     Health and Society:  Access and Issues
SOCI3320     Race, Generation, and Immigration
CRIM1130     Working with Children and Families
CRIM1135     Social Justice and Structural Inequality
CRIM2208     Victimology
CRIM3320     Interviewing and Counseling Strategies
CRIM3324     Community Resource Management 
CRIM3326     Rehabilitative and Reentry Strategies