Crime, Law, and Social Justice Minor

For information, contact the Department of Sociology and Gerontology, 375 Upham Hall, 513-529-2628.

The Minor in Crime, Law & Social Justice (SJS) offers a sociologically-based foundation of knowledge and skills to examine the essential connections between social norms, their transgression, and efforts to maintain justice in the criminal justice and juridical spheres.

Program Requirements

(19-20 semester hours)

SOC/SJS 165Introduction to Social Justice Studies3
SOC/SJS 323Social Justice and Change3
SOC 352Criminology3
SOC 201Social Problems4
or SOC 202 Social Deviance
Select two of the following:6-7
Race and Ethnic Relations
Systems of Justice
Topics in Criminology
Sociology of Law
Juvenile Delinquency
Field Experience in Sociology
Family Violence
Total Credit Hours19-20