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Minor in Criminal Justice

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Criminology and Criminal Justice Minor

 

The criminal justice minor complements the skills students gain in his or her major discipline by providing a study of crime, law enforcement, courts, corrections, security and investigative forensics.

 

Minor Requirements - 18 credits

  • CRIM 100 Survey of Criminal Justice - 3 credits

  • CRIM 402 Criminological Theory - 3 credits

  • SOCL 345 Social Research - 3 credits

And a selection of 9 credit hours from among the following courses:

CRIM 200 – Introduction to Corrections - 3 credits

CRIM 205 – Introduction to the U.S. Court System - 3 credits

CRIM 210 – Introduction to Policing - 3 credits

CRIM 220 – Homicide - 3 credits

CRIM 295 – Special Topics - 3 credits

CRIM 300 – Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections - 3 credits

CRIM 305 – White Collar Crime - 3 credits

CRIM 323 – Gender and Crime - 3 credits

CRIM 330 – Violent Offending - 3 credits

CRIM 335 – Juvenile Delinquency - 3 credits

CRIM 340 – Issues in Policing - 3 credits

CRIM 401 – Issues in Criminal Justice - 3 credits

CRIM 409 – Administrative Issues in Criminal Justice - 3 credits

CRIM 410 – Crime and Communities - 3 credits

CRIM 455 – Constitutional Law for Criminal Justice Professionals - 3 credits