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    Calling all criminal justice majors

    I'm looking for advice with my undergraduate major. I've FINALLY decided to persue my masters in social work after many, many years of wimbleing about my career. The university I'm going to attend doesn't offer social work as an undergrad major so I'm trying to choose between sociology and criminal justice. Does anyone have experience with criminal justice? I'm leaning more toward that because I like that it includes law and government systems. I believe that it includes more logical or mathematical thinking which really isn't my strength. At all. Is this true? I think I would do better with sociology but, am really more interested in criminal justice as my undergraduate major.

    I know tons of sociology majors and not one single person who studied criminal justice. Any experience or advice on the differences and similarities with sociology and criminal justice? I welcome a challenge but, just don't want to set myself up for frustration and failure. Thanks in advance for any advice!

    -Karla

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