Prepare to Become an Effective Community Professional, Advocate, or Change Maker
Your work already connects you to the community. You have training in law enforcement, criminal justice, public safety or paralegal skills. You’re deeply concerned about community and justice issues and you’re ready to be more effective and employable as a problem solver taking on complex issues of justice.
AULA’s Urban Communities and Justice bachelor’s degree program prepares you to understand your environment in new ways so you can make a difference using a combination of local expertise with broader perspectives.
Urban Communities and Justice Concentration Features
In this program, you’ll:
- Explore the ways in which oppression, privilege, discrimination, and social and economic disadvantage contribute to inequalities and injustices within communities and justice systems
- Gain new and deeper awareness of critical thinking and ethical decision making while considering the individual, organizational and societal implications of policy and justice decisions
- Engage in discourse about just behavior, advocacy and restorative justice
- Develop a greater understanding of communities and the forces that disadvantage certain groups and individuals within those communities
- Design innovative approaches and identify leadership strategies for dealing with a variety of social issues within a professional context
Get the Credit You Deserve
Your personal and professional pursuits are key components of the qualifications you bring with you, and they should be celebrated, not disrupted. Course credits for experience outside of the classroom is earned through documentation of prior learning, internships, and independent study, dramatically reducing both the tuition cost and degree completion time.
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