Criminal Justice/Social Work

The purpose of UWF's Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice/Social Work is to facilitate the enrollment of students as dual-majors in both the Criminal Justice and Social Work Programs at the University of West Florida.*


To earn a dual major in both Criminal Justice and Social Work, students must complete the following courses (63 credit hours) in addition to university requirements. All courses are 3 semester hours except when noted.

  • CCJ 3014: Criminology
  • CCJ 3024: Criminal Justice System
  • CCJ 4700: Research Design in Criminal Justice
  • CCJ 4940: Criminal Justice Internship
  • CJC 4010: Corrections
  • CJE 4110: Policing
  • CJL 3510: Courts
  • SOW 3103: Human Behavior in Social Environment
  • SOW 3113: Human Behavior in Org and Communities
  • SOW 3203: Introduction to the Field of Social Work
  • SOW 3313: Work with Individuals & Families
  • SOW 3322: Work with Groups
  • SOW 3350: Interviewing & Recording
  • SOW 4232: Analysis of Social Service Policy
  • SOW 4233: Human Diversity & Social Justice
  • SOW 4242: Families and Family Treatment
  • SOW 4510: Social Work Field Instruction (9sh)
  • SOW 4522: Senior Seminar
  • CLP 3144: Abnormal Psychology

*CJ/SOW Dual Major is only available at Pensacola campus.