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Criminal Justice Studies
(Interdepartmental Undergraduate Program)
The criminal justice studies minor, a cross-disciplinary course of study in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, offers an opportunity for students to learn about the components of the criminal and juvenile justice systems, to become acquainted with the issues and problems affecting these systems, to apply theoretical concepts to real world problems, and to plan a career in criminal or juvenile justice.
Students who declare a minor in criminal justice studies are required to complete 15 credit hours of course work. Students must take five of the following six courses: CJ St 240, 241, 320, 332, 340 or 341. Students are also required to complete a minimum of 3 credit hours of internship experience (CJ St 460). Completion of the minor requires 18 total credits.
Courses open for nonmajor graduate credit: CJ St 332.
CJ St 241. Youth and Crime. (Same as Soc 241.) See Sociology.
CJ St 332. Philosophy of Law. (Same as Phil 332.) See Philosophy. Nonmajor graduate credit.
CJ St 340. Deviant and Criminal Behavior. (Same as Soc 340.) See Sociology.
CJ St 341. Criminology. (Same as Soc 341.) See Sociology.