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Students from our Legal Studies program met with Admissions officers from area Law Schools at this week's annual Law School Forum.  The students learned about the Law School admissions process and life after Stevenson. Did you know that 100% of qualified applicants from SU's Legal Studies program are accepted to Law School?

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences is pleased to welcome the Legal Studies program to our School!  Part of the newly-formed department of Law & Justice Studies, Legal Studies prepares students to attend law school or work as paralegals.  If you are analytical, organized, and like to construct arguments, come check them out!

Students in the Criminal Justice program gave presentations on their internship experiences during the senior showcase.  Internship sites included Baltimore County Police Department, several local law firms, and the Department of Juvenile Justice.  Many thanks to the site supervisors who worked with the interns all semester and came to the event to support our students!

Dr. Geetha Suresh and Criminal Justice students present on human trafficking at today's HaSS event: Complex Issues in a Diverse World.  Many thanks for your wonderful work!

Dr. Klossou’s Criminology course focuses on current theories of crime, types of crime, programs for prevention, and the control and treatment of crime.  This course is required for students in the Criminal Justice program, which is one of Stevenson’s most popular majors.  Students in CJUS285 develop an understanding of how crime, criminal behavior, and the criminal justice system are related.  In today’s class, students were discussing social learning theories with particular attention to the role of the individual in society.  Dr. Klossou led the students through the theory, demonstrating how social interactions with intimate personal groups contributed to learning and behavior.  The class also considered different scenarios, behaviors, and responses.

Some of the careers pursued by Stevenson’s Criminal Justice graduates include forensic investigator, counselor, police officer, and lawyer.

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