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Criminal Justice and Criminology Minor

NEW: From Fall 2020, the following minor requirment will be applied: 

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

Total required for minor: 21 credits

Required Courses
CJC 1010 - Introduction to the Criminal Justice System Credits: 3
CJC 3400 - Criminological Theories Credits: 3

Required Courses
Police (Choose One)

CJC 3800 - Federal Law Enforcement Credits: 3
CJC 4250 - Community Policing Credits: 3

Courts/Law (Choose One)

CJC 2100 - Criminal Law Credits: 3
CJC 3110 - Constitutional Issues in Criminal Procedure and Evidence Credits: 3

Corrections (Choose One)

CJC 3290 - Probation and Parole Credits: 3
CJC 3470 - Punishment and Society Credits: 3

Other Electives (Choose Two)

CJC 3130 - Victimology Credits: 3
CJC 3350 - Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Credits: 3
CJC 3410 - Criminal Justice and the Social Structure Credits: 3
CJC 4430 - Comparative Criminal Justice Credits: 3
CJC 4650 - Ethics for the Criminal Justice Professional Credits: 3
CYB 2001 - Cyber Laws and Regulations Credits: 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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