Studying Social Violence at Regis

Regis University’s undergraduate academic certificate in Social Violence is developed for students who are employed or are seeking employment in the criminal justice system or military directed organizations.

This program is no longer accepting new students.
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Social Violence (Undergraduate)

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Offered both online and on-campus, the undergraduate academic certificate in Social Violence benefits those who pursue knowledge associated with the field of social violence, violence prevention, apprehension and treatment. Courses offered supplement the training required to be adequately prepared for employment and promotion in agencies such as law enforcement, courts, corrections, social services, parole, diversion and prevention. This academic certificate also benefits writers who need to understand this area of study to underpin their specific writing endeavors.

Working with your academic advisor, the flexibility of the elective courses makes it possible to tailor your certificate program in the direction that is most relevant to your needs and interests.

Learn more about our undergraduate certificate in social violence.

Total Credit Requirements: 15 credit hours (5 courses)

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Program Requirements

Social Violence Certificate Requirements: 15 credit hours

CR 350 Introduction to Criminology
CR 370 Criminal Deviance
Select 3 classes (9 credit hours) from the following:
CR 427 Criminal Profiling
CR 428 Youth Violence and Delinquency
CR 429 Family Violence
CR 430 Sexual Homicide
CR 433 Violence in the Workplace

Please note that recent course requirement updates may not be reflected in the list above and you should contact an admissions counselor at 800.944.7667 for recent changes and updates.

 

How to Apply

This program is no longer accepting new students. 

Tuition

Learn more about graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed this program and other important information regarding gainful employment for the current academic year.