The Social Work and Juvenile Justice minor is designed for students who want to increase their knowledge of the juvenile justice system and service environments for diverse youth populations. This minor is fit for students in the behavioral and social sciences and any student interested in developing a broad knowledge of issues in the field of juvenile justice. The minor is of particular interest to students wishing to pursue graduate studies in social work, law, sociology, psychology, public health or education.
The Social Work and Juvenile Justice minor requires a minimum of 16 units.
Select four courses from the following course options: