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Culture and Deviance Studies

Tuition fee $13,940.00 per year
Application fee $75.00 one-time
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This degree covers cultural diversity studies, social studies, research project.

Programme structure

Urban Anthropology Sex and Culture
American Cultural Pluralism and the Law
 Anthropology and the Abnormal
Major Works in Deviance and Social Control 
Principles and Methods of Statistics
Ethnographic Research Methods in Anthropology

Abuse, Interpersonal Relationships and Human Services

Drug Use and Abuse 
 Death, Dying and Society: A Life Crises Management Issue Anthropology and Global Health
Class, Race and Family in Latin American History 
Psychology of Human Sexuality
 Group Dynamics in Chemical Dependency Counseling
 Psychology of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
Therapeutic Interventions in Chemical Dependency
Assessment and Clinical Evaluation in Chemical Dependency Counseling 
Psychology of Adolescence
Group Dynamics
 Introduction to Counseling Psychology
Advanced Topics in Chemical Dependency Counseling
 Family Conflict and the Family Court
 Ethical and Professional Issues in Chemical Dependency Counseling
 Social Aspects of Alcohol Abuse
Chemical Dependency and the Dysfunctional Family
Sociology Laboratory in Dispute Resolution Skill Building
 Current Controversies in Alcoholism and Substance Abuse

Crime, Deviance, Institutions and Culture

Drugs and Crime in Africa
Comparative Perspectives on Crime in the Caribbean
 Culture and Crime
 Systems of Law
Anthropology of Development
 Forensic Linguistics: Language as Evidence in the Courts
 Culture, Psychopathology and Healing Structural Violence and Social Suffering
 Introduction to Corrections
The Law and Institutional Treatment
 The Administration of Correctional Programs for Juveniles
Rehabilitation of the Offender
Crime, Class, Capitalism: The Economics of Justice
 Economics of Regulation and the Law An Economic Analysis of Crime A History of Crime in New York City
Topics in the History of Crime and Punishment in the U.S.
 International Law and Justice 
 Law, Order, Justice and Society
 Introduction to Police Studies
 Police Organization and Administration
 Women in Policing
Abnormal Psychology
 Psychology and the Law
 Psychology of Criminal Behavior
 Correctional Psychology
Probation and Parole: Theoretical and Practical Approaches
 Social Deviance
 Penology The Sociology of Violence

C. Individual and Group Identities and Inequalities
 Law and Justice in Africa
 Institutional Racism
 Political Economy of Racism
 Applied Anthropology Language and Culture
​ Anthropology of Work
Class, Race, Ethnicity and Gender in Anthropological Perspective
Immigration and Ethnicity in the United States
 The Law and Politics of Race Relations
Human Rights and Law in Latin America
 Latina/os and the City
 Drugs, Crime and Law in Latin America
 The Latin American Woman in Global Society
 Revolution and Social Change in Contemporary Latin America
History of Caribbean Migrations to the United States
Puerto Rican/Latina/o Community Fieldwork
 Latina/o Struggles for Civil Rights and Social Justice
Latina/o Experience of Criminal Justice
International Human Rights
Psychology of Gender
Group Dynamics
 Social Control and Gender: Women in American Society
Juvenile Delinquency
Theories of Social Order
Crime and Delinquency in Asia
Women and Crime

Career opportunities

social sector

Apply now! Fall semester 2018/19
Application deadline
Aug 30, 2018 23:59
Europe/Riga time

This is Autumn Intake

Studies commence
Sep 1, 2018

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States