Law, Policy & Criminal Justice

Careers in the areas of law, public policy, and criminal justice might take you in any number of different directions based on your interests. You could pursue opportunities in areas like law enforcement, federal, state, or local government agencies, or work in the law as a paralegal or attorney. You might also be interested in continuing your education and pursuing an advanced degree in law, public policy, or international relations.


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CAR 410 – LSAT Prep Course

Interested in going to law school in the future? You’ll need to take the LSAT to get there! Take our…

LE150: Introduction to Mock Trial

This experiential learning course introduces students to the legal skills associated with bringing a case to trial. Students develop skills…

LE160: Competitive Mock Trial

This course is designed for students who intend to compete in mock trial competitions throughout the fall semester. Students develop…

SO392 Internship in the Community

Jim Buccini, LMSW
This three (3) credit course is cross-listed in Sociology (SO 392), Criminal Justice (CJ 392), Gerontology (GT 392), and Women’s…

MCI 107: The Case for Race

Claude E. P. Mayo
Since the adoption of the US Constitution, lawmakers have proclaimed equality and freedom for all. Why have the courts not…

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