Criminology Concentration and Certificate
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology offers sociology majors a unique and exciting opportunity! Those interested in the U.S. American criminal justice system may take specific sociology courses that focus on criminology, including an internship with a local organization dedicated to a particular facet of criminal justice, such as the medical examiner's office, a local law enforcement agency, the court system or legal aid.
The four requirements for sociology majors seeking the criminology concentration and certificate include
- SOCI 302V: Criminology
- SOCI 379: Sociology of Law
- SOCI 397: Internship in Sociology
- SOCI elective: One of the following Social Issues and Inequality courses in which the student completes a major course assignment, such as a paper or a presentation, on a criminology-related issue as it pertains to the course: SOCI 204, SOCI 247, SOCI 276S, SOCI 304S, SOCI 307V, SOCI 312V, or SOCI 363V-JS.
For more information about the criminology concerntration and certificate, contact Dr. Sven Smith at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: (386) 822-7247