Subject: Sociology
Credit units: 6
College: Arts and Science
Department: Sociology


An applied course that provides students with professional experience and the opportunity to critique criminal and social justice processing, and addictions services. Students are placed in a 6 week work placement after consultation with the program coordinator.

Prerequisite(s): Two of SOC 212.3, SOC 232.3 or SOC 347.3 and permission of the department. Students must be enrolled in the Certificate in Criminology and Additions program.
Note: Students with credit for SOC 313.3, SOC 317.3 or SOC 318.3 may not take this course for credit.

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