Criminal Justice Minor

College: College of Social Sciences & Professional Studies

Requirements for the Criminal Justice Minor

The minor in criminal justice consists of a minimum of 24 credits, distributed as follows:

Core Courses
CRMJ 101Introduction to Criminal Justice3
Select three of the following:9
Criminology
Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice
Police and Society
Criminal Procedure
Corrections
Race, Crime, Law
Criminal Law
Research Methods/Statistics
CRMJ 200Criminal Justice Research Methods 13
Upper-Level Electives
Select three of the following suggested 300-level electives relevant to possible career tracks:9
Law Enforcement
Forensic Anthropology
Family Violence
Introduction to Cyber Crime
Organized Crime
White Collar Crime
Street Gangs and Crime
Forensic Evidence
Women, Crime and Criminal Justice
Victimology
The Criminal Mind
Violence
Terrorism and Security
Ethics in the Criminal Justice System
Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties
Courts/Law
Law and Society
The Criminal Mind
Criminal Court Process
Ethics in the Criminal Justice System
Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties
Constitutional Law: The Structure and Power of U.S. Government
Corrections
Family Violence
Restorative Justice
Community Corrections
Capital Punishment
Women, Crime and Criminal Justice
The Criminal Mind
Violence
Value Theory
Ethics in the Criminal Justice System
Juvenile Justice
Family Violence
Women, Crime and Criminal Justice
Violence
The Criminal Justice Profession
Ethics in the Criminal Justice System
Criminal Justice/Social Justice
Criminal Justice/Social Justice
Law and Society
Latinos(as) and the Law
Crime and Human Rights
Media, Crime and Criminal Justice
Comparative and International Criminal Justice Systems
The Criminal Justice Profession
Diversity Law: African Americans
Criminal Justice Research Seminar
Total Credits24