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Criminal Justice and Criminology Minor

For a minor in Criminal Justice and Criminology, a grade of "C" or better is required for each course in this program. Students should note that programs differ in the minimum grade required.

 

From Fall 2020, the following minor requirement will be applied: 

Total required for minor: 21 credits

Required Courses
  • CJC 1010 - Introduction to the Criminal Justice System 3
  • CJC 3400 - Criminological Theories 3
Police (Choose One)
  • CJC 3800 - Federal Law Enforcement 3
  • CJC 4250 - Community Policing 3
Courts/Law (Choose One)
  • CJC 2100 - Criminal Law 3
  • CJC 3110 - Constitutional Issues in Criminal Procedure and Evidence 3
Corrections (Choose One)
  • CJC 3290 - Probation and Parole 3
  • CJC 3470 - Punishment and Society 3
Other Electives (Choose Two)
  • CJC 3130 - Victimology 3
  • CJC 3350 - Juvenile Justice and Delinquency 3
  • CJC 3410 - Criminal Justice and the Social Structure 3
  • CJC 4430 - Comparative Criminal Justice 3
  • CJC 4650 - Ethics for the Criminal Justice Professional 3
  • CYB 2001 - Cyber Laws and Regulations 3

 

Until Spring 2020: 

Total of 21 credits are required for a CJC minor. Also, the following three courses are required: 

  • CJC 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice System
  • CJC 3410 Criminal Justice and the Social Structure
  • CJC 4650 Ethics for the Criminal Justice Professional
  • CJC Electives: 12 hours selected in consultation with and approved by the department advisor, at least 4 hours of which must be upper-division.

 


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