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The School of Politics, Society, Justice, and Public Service is home to majors, minors, and certificates in Political Science, Public Administration, Nonprofit Leadership, Social Work, and Sociology, including concentrations in Social & Criminal Justice and Youth Studies.

We have courses addressing contemporary social and political issues such as racism (SOC 323), sexism (SOC 317), incarceration (SOC 523), environmental issues (SOC 370 and PSC 516), criminal law (PSC 365), constitutional law (PSC 422), government and corporate crime (SOC 333), advocacy and activism (SOC/SWK 318), and African American politics (PSC 125).

We encourage you to explore our website for more information about our classes and programs, and you are always welcome to contact us if you have any questions.