The Master of Science in Sociology: Corrections is designed for a person seeking a leadership role in the active critique and transformation of corrections practice. The graduate of this program will have a dedication to the application of the sociological perspective to correctional practice, a thorough understanding of the correctional system, a commitment to improving the system of justice, and the ability to facilitate and maintain the necessary processes for change. The graduate of this program is further expected to promote, within Corrections and to the community at large, a commitment to the principles of social justice, respect, tolerance, dignity and worth of all persons.
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