The minor in corrections is an interdisciplinary minor that draws from courses in justice studies, psychology, and social work. It provides a pathway to communities of practice in programs administered by county, state, and federal agencies, such as, probation officers, parole officers, corrections treatment specialists, pre-trial case officers, case managers, and corrections counselors, and with private and non-profit agencies that administer programs for transitional housing, employment programs, mental health and substance abuse treatment.

REQUIREMENTS

SO 187, SO 190, SO 287

Also select at least three of the following: SO 285, SO 315, SO/CM 316I, SO 312, PY 285, PY 352, PY 384, PY/SW 404I