Learn about career opportunities during virtual CU in Sociology and Criminal Justice session
Cameron University’s Department of Social Sciences will explore degree plans, career options and more during “CU in Sociology and Criminal Justice,” a virtual workshop scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 31. To register and receive a secure link, to the Zoom presentation, go to https://www.cameron.edu/social-sciences/events.
Sociology and criminal justice faculty members will join students who are majoring in these disciplines for an interactive exploration of what it means to major in these fields and the many career advantages and opportunities available to program graduates.
Cameron’s Bachelor of Arts in Sociology degree plan includes introductory survey courses in sociology and social work, plus a broad selection of required and elective classes. These include race and ethnic relations, demography, popular culture, research methods, theory, family violence, and social stratification, among others. The degree program also features a specialized track in human services.
Criminal justice majors at Cameron complete broad introductory courses in criminal justice, corrections, and law enforcement, then move on to required classes in theory, juvenile justice, research and writing, criminal law, and American courts. Electives include coursework in cybercrime, homeland security, and the death penalty, among others.