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Social & Criminal Justice

Kohawk Students

Kohawks fundraise for local nonprofit to help those recently released from incarceration

Students in Coe College’s social and criminal justice program began a project this term to fundraise for RISE, a Cedar Rapids nonprofit.

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Why Social & Criminal Justice at Coe?

The interdisciplinary major in social and criminal justice allows students to learn and experience the criminal justice system through a social justice lens.

Core courses in the major address multifaceted questions surrounding restorative, retributive, procedural and distributive justice. The social and criminal justice faculty teach topics within the major from varying perspectives and disciplines to introduce students to the ways in which matters of justice are at work in and essential to many areas of study.

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