A minor in Juvenile Justice will help you meet your professional objectives and become more competitive in the workforce. Each course contains specific and relevant information regarding the theory and practice of juvenile behavior and the juvenile justice system.
A Juvenile Justice Minor pairs well with a major in Criminal Justice, Social Work, Child and Family Development, Psychology, Sociology, or for anyone interested in working in an agency serving youth.
See your Academic Advisor to declare a Juvenile Justice Minor.
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate)
Child Protective Services Caseworker
Intake Specialist–Children’s Treatment
Parent Education and Family Therapy
Deputy Juvenile Officer (juvenile probation)
Juvenile Court Diversion Specialist
Juvenile Day Treatment Specialist
Juvenile Intensive In-Home Services
Juvenile Detention Specialist
Residential Care Specialist
Alternative Education Assistant