Courses in the social justice degree concentration in the criminal justice degree program will provide appropriate frameworks and tools to assist students in analyzing complex issues and promoting social change. A concentration in social justice will prepare students to be the leaders of a paradigm shift and promote social equity change in law enforcement, the judicial system, the healthcare industry, and economics.
Criminal Justice eMajor partner institutions have pre-evaluated Georgia’s POST training curriculum for applicable credit for prior learning in the BS in Criminal Justice program.
|Area A-F||60 Hours|
|Required Upper Division Criminal Justice Courses||21 Hours|
|Social Justice Concentration Courses||12 Hours|
Additional CoursesCourses used to satisfy the concentration may
not be used to satisfy this area
|Total Credit HoursVaries by institution||120-124 Hours|
*Course schedules are subject to change based on enrollments and demand