Criminology and Criminal Justice Minor
The minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice is intended to be an interdisciplinary course of study administered by the Department of Sociology. The minor is designed to provide students a theoretical and practical overview of the criminal justice field from the perspective of various disciplines.
The minor requires a total of 21 units. In completing the requirements for the minor, a minimum of 12 units must be distinct and different from the units used to complete the requirements of a major or another minor. Any units above this minimum requirement which can be used to satisfy the requirements for the minor and for the major may be doubled counted.
|SOC-305||Criminology/Criminal Justice System||3|
|Select five of the following:||15|
|Justice & Law Enforcement|
|Terrorism and Homeland Security|
|Juvenile Delinquency & Justice|
|Prisons and Jails|
|Mental Illness in Society|
|Other courses may count as an elective for the minor as they are developed or as approved by the Sociology Department Chair.|