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Begin Date: Fall 2005
End Date: Fall 2015

CRIME, LAW AND JUSTICE

Undergraduate Certificate Program

Shirl Henry
111 Old Main
University Park
Phone: 814-863-0327
E-mail: sah43@psu.edu

Penn State DuBois
Penn State Shenango

CRIME, LAW AND JUSTICE (CLJ)

This certificate provides educational focus on the understanding of both our justice system and national government. Students must complete 9 credits of the core certificate and 1 elective of either PSYCH 100 or PL SC 001. Specialization options available are Spanish Language (8 additional credits): SPAN 001 and SPAN 002 and/or Addictions Prevention and Counseling (9 additional credits): CN ED 401, CN ED 403, and CN ED 421.Spanish Language option available at DuBois and Shenango. Addictions Prevention and Counseling option available at DuBois only.

To earn an undergraduate certificate in CRIME, LAW AND JUSTICE, a minimum of 12 credits is required.

PRESCRIBED COURSES

CLJ 012
CLJ 111
CRIMJ221
PSYCH100 OR PL SC001

 

No Prerequisites Required.

Effective Date: Fall Semester 2005

Expiration Date:

Last Revised by the Department: 04/05/2012

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