“I want to manage a television station or work in the corporate offices of a network like ESPN, TBS, or NBC, so it’s important to understand how to run a business. By also knowing the television production process, I feel I’ll be a stronger and more credible leader.”
Elton Silva '14
Major: Communication, Management
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- Survivor/Witness/Victim Advocacy
Survivor/Witness/Victim Advocacy is a concentration of the Criminal Justice major
The Survivor/Witness/Victim Advocacy concentration, by promoting empathy and human rights, helps prepare students for careers in informed advocacy for people who have witnessed or have been victimized by crime.
Courses used toward concentrations may be used to meet elective requirements with the exception of CJ 2170, CJ 3300 and CJ3212.
Required (12 credits):
|SOC 2310||Introduction to Social Work Practice||3|
|CJ/SOC 2350||Human Diversity in Criminal Justice||3|
|CJ 3300||Justice and Human Rights Advocacy||3|
|SOC 3390||Crisis Intervention (prereq for concentration, CJ/SOC 2350)||3|
Choose one of the following electives (3 credits):
|SOC/CJ 2160||Urban Life: Culture and Change||3|
|CJ 2170||Population, Immigration, and Crime||3|
|SOC/CJ 2402||Domestic Violence||3|
|SOC 2410||Working with Individuals||3|
|SOC 2420||Working with Groups and Communities||3|
|CJ 3212||Community Policing: Case Studies and Problem Solving||3|
|SOC/CJ 3404||Sociology of Violence||3|
|SOC/CJ 3640||Deviance and Social Control||3|
Total: 15 Credits