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The Crime and Justice Studies Minor brings together critical sociological, legal and psychological foundations for examining crime and societal responses to crime. The cluster of courses in the minor is meant to sharpen the students understanding of how ideological mechanisms and institutions are reproduced in the context of the criminal justice system.
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Sample Job Titles and National Salary Ranges
|Job Title||Salary Range|
|Teacher Assistants||$19,150 - $41,730|
|Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary||$40,530 - $131,780|
|$32,270 - $70,540|
|Rehabilitation Counselors||$29,310 - $89,290|
|Correctional Officers and Jailers||$40,700 - $96,870|
* Sources of Information: United States Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics (2017).
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Recognizing the international character of contemporary life, the Sociology program at Ramapo College emphasizes internships in local New Jersey and New York communities, as well as in study abroad programs. By engaging in field study internships, sociology majors develop a broad and refined world perspective, and become highly prepared for graduate school and the workforce.