The University of Scranton currently offers a concentration in Criminal Justice that focuses on contemporary knowledge and the required skills necessary to be prepared to work effectively in the criminal justice system. The concentration consists of twelve credits including:
Students may also elect to complete the criminal justice concentration after completing the 48 credit M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling as the Certificate for Advanced Graduate Studies which would lead toward the 60 credit requirement for Professional Counselor Licensure in Pennsylvania. Students interested in acquiring the Criminal Justice Concentration should contact the Rehabilitation Counseling Program Director.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, School Counseling