The minor in Juvenile Justice explores through theory and practice, the understanding of causes as well as an implementation of research-tested approaches and pathways to success appropriate for young people both in and outside the criminal justice system.
Juvenile justice aims to engage the most accurate explanations of causes and interventions of youth offending through analyses of the effects of victimization and family dynamics on at risk children and teens.
A minor in juvenile justice prepares graduates with in depth knowledge of acquisition of necessary skills to ensure success in diverse jobs including direct services to high-risk youth and families, juvenile justice case management and intervention, administration of youth agencies, youth advocacy, and policy in governmental or non-government agencies.
Must be completed prior to completing the remaining required courses:
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