The Criminal Justice Program is available as either a major or a minor concentration within the Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences degree program.
Requires 24 semester credits of criminal justice course work, 15 credits of which must be upper-division (courses with a numerical designation of 300 or above).
Involves taking at least 15 credits of criminal justice course work, 6 of which must be upper-division.
Formal Minor In Addiction Studies
Certified or Formal Minor
The formal minor in Criminal Justice requires 18 credits of coursework, including the following: Crm J101, 201, 330, 420, and 450 [M]. Students can select one Criminal Justice class to complete the formal minor. At least 9 credits must be upper division (300-400 level).
In addition to the required number of credits in criminal justice as a major or minor concentration, students must satisfy the University general education requirements and the requirements for the College of Liberal Arts.