The criminal justice minor provides a foundation in the formal process of social control through the criminal justice system, how behavior is defined as criminal, how crime is measured, and how society responds to crime.
Notes about this minor:
- This minor is closed to students majoring in criminal justice.
- Posting of the minor on the student's academic transcript requires a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the minor.
|CRIM-110||Introduction to Criminal Justice|
|Choose four of the following:|
|CRIM-210||Technology in Criminal Justice|
|CRIM-240||Law Enforcement in Society|
|CRIM-275||Crime and Violence|
|CRIM-285||Minority Groups in the Criminal Justice System|
|CRIM-299||Crime, Justice, and Ethics|
|CRIM-489||Major Issues in Criminal Justice|
Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only
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The minor in criminal justice provides a foundation in the formal process of social control through the criminal justice system, including how behavior is defined as criminal, how crime is measured, and how society responds to crime through law enforcement, courts, and corrections. This minor is closed to students enrolled in the criminal justice program.
Electives—Choose four of the following:
0501-405 Major Issues in the Criminal Justice System*
0501-406 Technology in Criminal Justice
0501-415 Domestic Violence
0501-440 Juvenile Justice
0501-443 Law Enforcement in Society
0501-444 Concepts in Criminal Law
0501-445 Minority Groups and the Criminal Justice System
0501-446 Women and Crime
0501-507 Computer Crime
0501-511 Alternatives to Incarceration
0501-517 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
0501-518 Crime and Justice in the Community
0501-522 Victimless Crime
0501-523 Crime and Violence
* Topics may vary