The minor in Criminal Justice/Criminology is consistent with the B.S. major in Criminal Justice/Criminology as an intensive overview of each of the components of the criminal justice system as well as an analysis of the societal and behavioral influences of deviant behavior. It emphasized the “theory-into practice” approach upon which the criminal justice/criminology program is based.
The Criminal Justice/Criminology minor consists of fifteen (15) credit hours of coursework
Students will not be required to take CJCR 2200 if they have taken a comparable writing course within their major. Instead they will be required to take an additional CJCR course at the 3000/4000 level.
Six (6) additional hours from the following upper division courses: