This concentration is designed to investigate what is fair, equitable and just for society.  Emphasizing the oppression and liberation of vulnerable, exploited and marginalized populations, this curriculum promotes sustainable and just solutions to social, political and economic problems. 

Students in Concentration 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, JUST 235, Justice in the Global Community, or JUST 237, Dilemmas in Global Justice.

Students select six additional upper-level elective courses from the approved list in the catalog.  At least four of the six electives must have a JUST identifier. 

PLEASE NOTE ALSO: JUST 301 Special Topic courses and JUST 401 Internships must be relevant to your concentration. 

Please refer to the current JMU catalog course selections for Track C. Please note that not all JUST courses are offered every semester (scroll down the page for Track C selections)

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