For more information on the admission process, please visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website. Applications may be submitted via the Common Application.
Supporting documents not submitted online should be mailed to:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
The George Washington University
800 21st Street NW, Suite 100
Washington DC 20052
Contact for questions:
email@example.com or 202-994-6040
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 courses (6 credits) selected from the following, 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 2341||History of FBI Counterintelligence|
|PSC 2213||Judicial Politics|
|PSC 2215||U.S. Constitutional Law and Politics II|
|PSYC 2011||Abnormal Psychology|
|PSYC 2554||Psychology of Crime and Violence|
|SOC 2135||Youth and Delinquency|
|SOC 2137||Transnational Crime|
|SOC 2139||Alternatives to Imprisonment|
|SOC 2143||Criminal Justice System Arrest Through Appeal|
|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 2185||Victims, Victimization, and the System|
|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.
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