2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Oct 02, 2023  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

Criminal Justice (B.S.): Restorative Justice Concentration - L

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Minimum required credits for this program: 48-51

Program Description

The Criminal Justice major is comprised of 49 credits including a foundational core of sociology, psychology, and criminal justice and an advanced core of law enforcement, judicial process, criminology, law, punishment and corrections, ethics, theory, internship, and research design. Once accepted to this program, students will be assigned an advisor who will guide them in registering and selecting appropriate internships for their skills and interests. Students will also complete a senior thesis project and engage in community service learning.

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will analyze and evaluate the history, philosophy, and theory of the restorative justice paradigm and movement.
  2. Students will identify and assess models of restorative practices used in community, criminal justice, education, and social service contexts.
  3. Students will cultivate cross-cultural competence including learning about systemic privilege and power attached to specific identities in the United States.
  4. Students will recognize the relationship between research, theory, and practice.
  5. Students will develop specific skill sets in restorative facilitation, including circle processes and conferencing.

Concentration in Restorative Justice (24 Credits)

Issues in Criminal Justice Courses

Professional Development in Criminal Justice Courses

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