This is an interdisciplinary minor for students seeking job opportunities in juvenile justice. The minor introduces students to the juvenile justice system, explores issues related to juvenile delinquency, examines alternative programs available for treating delinquency, and teaches students case management skills. Neither Criminal Justice nor Legal Studies majors may earn this minor.
The Juvenile Justice minor includes 15 semester hours total. The required courses are as follows (3 semester hours each):
- CCJ 3024: Criminal Justice Systems
- CCJ 4167: Community Corrections
- CCJ 4010: Juvenile Justice
- SOW 3314: Case Management
- SOW 4111: Adolescents At Risk
For more information please visit the undergraduate catalog.