The Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice is an interdisciplinary department with two highly compatible majors that prepare students for a variety of professional careers in social service, counseling, advocacy, government, public policy, crime and corrections, law and law enforcement, social science research, teaching, or graduate studies. Students may major or minor in  Sociology or Criminal Justice, or both. To better prepare students for these careers, all our courses are geared toward critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and working with diverse others.

  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving
  • Communication
  • Working with diverse others

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Millikin Criminal Justice
Academic | College of Arts & Sciences | Community
Millikin University to manage new Macon County Teen Justice Program
July 19, 2017, 3:30pm
Millikin University to manage new Macon County Teen Justice Program Millikin University, in collaboration with the Macon County State's Attorney's Office and the Andreas Foundation, are...
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Justin and Michelle Burns
Academic | Alumni & Friends | College of Arts & Sciences
Graduating Together
May 25, 2017, 12:30pm
Graduating Together Justin Burns and his wife, Michelle '13, have had quite the support system for one another during their journey to academic success. Balancing work and school, both...
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Millikin Sociology
Campus | College of Arts & Sciences | Sociology & Organizational Leadership
Millikin Sociology Professors named Co-Presidents of Illinois Sociological Association
February 15, 2017, 1:15pm
Millikin Sociology Professors named Co-Presidents of Illinois Sociological Association Millikin University Sociology faculty members Dr. Kenneth Laundra, associate professor of sociology...
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