Minor in Juvenile Justice
The minor in Juvenile Justice is a 21-credit interdisciplinary program open to all students. This minor is designed to promote an awareness and understanding of juvenile offenders and at-risk youth. This minor is also designed to provide students with a comprehensive education that will prepare them for careers in the field of human services as it relates to juvenile offenders and at-risk youth.
In the past five years, 265 students have graduated with a minor in Juvenile Justice. These students had 11 different majors. The majority have had Criminal Justice majors, but other majors combined with the Juvenile Justice minor have been Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Therapeutic Recreation, Behavioral Science, Biopsychology, Liberal Studies, Management, Public & Nonprofit Administration, and Spanish.
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Selected reports and briefs from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Selected reports and briefs from the Michigan Committee on Juvenile Justice