The B.A. in Justice Studies program gives students the opportunity to examine the social and historical roots of justice, crime, and the law. Students seek to discover how these roots have shaped public policies, including those of the criminal justice system, and study systematic explanations for the failure—or triumph—of justice in society and explore the potential for transformative justice. Through critical inquiry, social science investigation, and experiential learning, Justice Studies students develop an understanding of social and economic justice issues and critical criminology.
The B.A. in Justice Studies focuses on issues in the Chicago area, but also looks at the world. Students have an array of activities, clubs, and resources available to them. Choose from Amnesty International, the Pre-Law Society, and more.
The B.A. in Justice Studies prepares you for careers in areas such as:
- Social activism
- Social services
- Public policy
- Social Justice
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