College of Health and Public Affairs
Department of Criminal Justice,
Health and Public Affairs I, Room: 311
Dr. MaryAnn Eastep, 407-823-2603
The Criminal Justice System can be difficult for crime victims to navigate. This Certificate in Victim Advocacy provides a theoretical and practical knowledge base for professionals in various fields who work or plan to work with and advocate for crime victims. The program requires 15 hours of undergraduate work. Courses are offered by the Department of Criminal Justice, the College of Nursing, the Department of Sociology, and the School of Social Work. Certificates will be awarded only at the time of degree completion.
Certificate Admission Requirements
Students are required to take courses as specified below and to declare the Certificate.
There are no certificate program prerequisites; however individual courses may have prerequisites.