Criminology and Criminal Justice

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Minor Requirements — 18 Credits

Minor requirements

Take the following courses:

CRJ 110Introduction to Criminal Justice

3

CRJ 260Introduction to Crime Theories

3

Choose one from the following 200-level courses:

CRJ 220Policing Systems

3

CRJ 230Judicial Process

3

CRJ 240Correctional Systems

3

Choose three from the following 300 and 400 level courses:

CRJ 325Problem-Oriented Policing

3

CRJ 332The Sentencing Process

3

CRJ 335Juvenile Justice

3

CRJ 350Victim Studies

3

CRJ 352Domestic Violence Victims & Offenders

3

CRJ 360Theories of Crime

3

CRJ 362Criminal Behavior Analysis

3

CRJ 380Justice Research and Statistics I

3

CRJ 395Topics in Criminal Justice

1-3

CRJ 402Death Investigation

3

CRJ 403Crime Scene Investigation

3

CRJ 404Evidentiary Photography

3

CRJ 405Bloodstain Pattern Analysis

3

CRJ 408Workshop

1-3

CRJ 470Justice Professionalism and Ethics

3

CRJ 475Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Social Class in Criminal Justice

3

CRJ 492Internship

3-9

CRJ 492: Take 3 credits

NOTE: A maximum of 9 credits may be transferred for the minor from other institutions. At least 9 credits of the minor must be 300-400-level courses. No more than 3 credits each of CRJ 395, CRJ 408, and CRJ 492 may be counted for this minor.

Students earning a minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice must earn a grade of "C" or better (C- is not acceptable) in all courses which count toward the minor.

Time Limitation on Credit Earned Toward a Minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Coursework completed by a student within the preceding 10 years may apply as credit toward a minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Coursework taken before the 10-year limit may be reviewed by the department chair and college dean to determine its appropriateness to the minor requirements.