Track C. Social Justice
This track focuses on aspects of social justice; how individuals, families, organizations, communities and societies engage in social justice. This includes legislation, course action, and federal, state, and municipal programs as well as local efforts such as restorative justice, alternative dispute resolution, victim support, abuse prevention, and community organizing.
Students in Track C must take JUST 221, Social Justice Theories, and JUST 223, Social Justice Interventions and Policies
and one of the following:
JUST 210 Introduction to Crime and Criminal Justice, JUST 212, Theories of Crime and Criminal Justice, or JUST 235, Justice in the Global Community
Students select six additional courses from the following. No more than two 200-level courses may be selected in completing the track
Click here to see the catalog course selections. Please note that not all JUST courses are offered every semester (scroll down the page for Track C selections)