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Sonoma State University
Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies B.A.

The criminal justice administration major offers a liberal arts curriculum concerned with the changing nature and content of law, the shifting public expectations of criminal justice agencies, and the reactions of those agencies to social perceptions and political pressures. The student is offered an interdisciplinary academic approach to the understanding of the mechanisms of social control, resolutions of criminal justice problems, and a knowledge of accepted procedures and alternatives. This general but all-important background serves as a base for the areas of emphasis that are of interest to the individual student. Fields of concentration - such as adult and juvenile probation, law enforcement, judicial administration, public advocacy, prevention and diversion, and correctional services - are studied in detail from several perspectives.

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