2021-2022 Catalog

Youth and Community Studies Minor

Minor Requirements: 5 courses, 20 credits

Core Requirements (2 courses, 8 credits)

Choose two of the following:

CJU-210Juvenile Justice

4

SOC-209Youth in American Society

4

SOC-223Families in Contemporary Society

4

Electives (3 courses, 12 credits)

Choose two of the following, with no more than one from any subject area:

CJU-210Juvenile Justice

4

CJU-230Bad Girls?

4

CJU-232Street Gangs

4

CJU-237School to Prison Pipeline

4

CJU-332Restorative Justice

4

EDUC-205SL-Community Tutoring Project

4-8

EDUC-208SL: College Access

4

EDUC-214SL-Introduction to Teaching

4

EDUC-408Youth Programming

4

PSYCH-222Human Sexuality

4

PSYCH-233Child Development

4

PSYCH-334Adolescent Development

4

SOC-209Youth in American Society

4

SOC-223Families in Contemporary Society

4

SOC-344Community Organizing

4

SOC-348Urban Sociology

4

SOC-406The Immigrant Experience

4

Choose one of the following:

CJU-332Restorative Justice

4

EDUC-408Youth Programming

4

PSYCH-334Adolescent Development

4

PSYCH-350Psychology Internship

4

SOC-344Community Organizing

4

SOC-348Urban Sociology

4

SOC-406The Immigrant Experience

4

SOC-483Internship in Sociology I

4

Note: Students may only count one internship course towards the minor. Internship work must be completed in a youth-related field.

Residency Requirement Policy: In the College of Arts and Sciences, a two-course (8 credit) residency requirement must be satisfied for completion of a minor and a four-course (16 credit) residency requirement must be satisfied for the completion of a major.

Minor Programs Policy: A student declaring a minor may use no more than two courses from a major or double major combination to fulfill the requirements for the minor. No more than one course from one minor may count toward the fulfillment of a second minor. Students may not minor in a subject in which they are also completing a major. For more information, see the Minor Programs section of the CAS Degree Requirements page.

About the Minor

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