The department may accept a maximum of 12 transfer credits in state-approved Human Services or Social Work courses. All transfer credits are subject to the approval of the Department of Safety and Professional Services.
The interdisciplinary major of criminal justice consists of:
Students planning to enter the job market or to attend graduate school in the field of social work or human services may choose a concentration in Human Services. Completion of this concentration with grade of “C” or higher within the concentration and a GPA of 2.5 or higher within the major enable students to take the bachelor-level social work exam in the state of Wisconsin. Graduates passing this exam are awarded the credential Certified Social Worker and are allowed to hold employment as entry-level social workers in the state of Wisconsin.
In addition to the Criminal Justice major requirements, students pursuing the Human Services Concentration must also take the following courses.