Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity Department

The Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity Department encompasses Social Work, Psychology, Legal Studies, Criminal Justice and First Nation Studies. Faculty members in the HBJD Department provide in-depth knowledge and expertise while sharing real-world experience on current subject topics.

PROGRAM
LOCATION
DEGREE
TYPE
4-YEAR
PATHWAY
First Nations Studies First Nations Studies
Minor
 
Legal Studies Legal Studies
B.A./B.S.
Major/Minor
Legal Studies - Criminal Justice Legal Studies - Criminal Justice
B.A./B.S.
Minor/Concentration
Psychology Psychology
Minor
 
PROGRAM:
First Nations Studies
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor
PROGRAM:
Legal Studies
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major/Minor
PROGRAM:
Legal Studies - Criminal Justice
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Minor/Concentration of Legal Studies
PROGRAM:
Psychology*
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Psychology
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor of Psychology
PROGRAM:
Social Work
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major

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* Are programs where you can also earn certification to teach at the K-12, elementary or middle/high school levels.

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  • Andrea Yezek

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