Sociology of Law, Criminology, & Deviance
College: College of Liberal Arts
Strong Interest Inventory Code(s): IES
Focus on the criminal justice system and criminal behavior, mental health, families and close relationships, education, urban and rural communities, politics and policy formation, social movements and social change, diverse racial and ethnic groups, and social psychology.
Note: Offered as B.A. or B.S. degree (BS program is for students interested in developing a rigorous mathematical concentration in research methodologies); Sub-Plans for BS: Organizations, Business, or Non-Profit, Health Care and Careers, Policy Analysis, Quantitative Emphasis
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