The minor in Criminology, offered by the Sociology Department, is designed to equip students seeking careers in criminal law, public policy, social/rehabilitative services, federal law enforcement, or victim advocacy with foundational knowledge and analytic skills for understanding criminal behavior and responses to it by the legal system. Courses in the minor explore such topics as theories of criminal behavior; crime rates across social groups, regions, and countries; family violence; drug use; mental illness; media portrayals of crime; and mass incarceration.
SOC 235 - Inequalities in Society [3 hours]
Dr. Edward Morris
Director of Undergraduate Studies
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