Criminal Justice Studies Minor

The Criminal Justice Studies minor 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 the criminal justice field.

 

Coursework for this program is available online and on-campus. Below are online courses available to apply toward this program. For more details on completing this program, visit the course program page and talk with your advisor.

 

Minor Courses Online

Core Courses

C J 240 – Introduction to the U.S. Criminal Justice System
C J 460 – Criminal and Juvenile Justice Practicum

Electives
C J/SOC 241 – Youth and Crime
C J 242 – Criminology
C J/SOC 340 – Deviant and Criminal Behavior
C J 351 – Police and Society
C J/SOC 352 – Punishment, Corrections, and Society
C J 403 – Criminal Offenders
C J 404 – Criminal Justice Policies
C J 405 – Drugs and Crime
C J 410 – Capital Punishment

 

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Criminal Justice Minor

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Talk to your Advisor for how a Criminal Justice Studies Minor might be an option for you!