Minor in Criminal Justice
The following requirements must be fulfilled:
Achievement of a minimum grade of C- in any course that counts toward the minor.
18 credits, including 12 credits in required courses and 6 credits in elective courses.
|SOC 1001||Introduction to Sociology|
|or SOC 1002||The Sociological Imagination|
|SOC 1003||Introduction to Criminal Justice|
|SOC 2145||Criminal Law|
|Two of the following courses (6 credits), at least one of which must be a Sociology (SOC) course.|
|ANTH 3513||Anthropology of Human Rights|
|FORS 2104||Introduction to Forensic Sciences II|
|HIST 3370||U.S. Constitutional History|
|PPPA 2117||Executive Branch Politics|
|PSC 2213||Judicial Politics|
|PSC 2215||U.S. Constitutional Law and Politics II|
|PSC 2217||Executive Branch Politics|
|PSYC 2011||Abnormal Psychology|
|SOC 2135||Youth and Delinquency|
|SOC 2137||Transnational Crime|
|SOC 2139||Alternatives to Imprisonment|
|SOC 2146||The Bill of Rights and Criminal Justice|
|SOC 2164||Sociology of the Holocaust and Genocide|
|SOC 2167||Sociology of Law|
|SOC 2177||Sociology of the Sex Industry|
|SOC 2178||Deviance and Control|
|SOC 2184||Violence and the Family|
|SOC 2189||Special Topics in Criminal Justice|
Note: A student majoring in sociology may not declare a second major or a minor in criminal justice, or vice versa.
Visit the program website for additional information.