Courts and Community Services Concentration
Graduates of the Court and Community Services program will have a strong understanding of the rehabilitation process and its interaction with the court system. They will work in organizations such as victim and witness assistance programs, protection from abuse programs, adoption services, child abuse agencies such as Children and Youth, foster care agencies, and work release agencies, among others.
This degree program is designed for students who are interested in the growing human services fields that work closely with the court system. This unique academic option combines a traditional rehabilitative science program with criminal justice and paralegal education necessary to bridge the gap between the courts and social services.
Clarion University offers an Associate of Science degree in Paralegal Studies and Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in Courts and Community Services, as well as a certificate in Paralegal Studies.