UW-Green Bay Announces Minor in Criminal Justice | Seehafer News

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has announced that they now are offering a new Criminal Justice minor in the Public and Environmental Affairs program..Students can enroll immediately in the 24-credit minor, which will be supported by high-impact practices with a focus on guest speakers and student interactions with community organizations related to criminal justice.Overall, students will have the opportunity to explore and analyze important community issues that will help enhance their civic responsibility and their ability to improve the current criminal justice system.More information is available on the Criminal Justice website.

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UW-Green Bay now offers minor in Criminal Justice | WFRV

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Anyone looking to enter down the path for a career involving criminal justice now has a new option at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB). Students can reportedly enroll right away in the minor, which is 24 credits. Officials say the minor will be supported by high-impact practices with a focus on guest speakers and student interactions with community organizations related to criminal justice.“Now is a great time for students to explore this field because public interrogation has shifted the system toward greater inclusivity and self-reflection,” says UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Dana Atwood.

Source: UWGB now offers minor in Criminal Justice | WFRV