Criminal Justice (B.A.) (2003)

Administered by Department of Sociology, Social Work and Criminal Justice

Effective Fall, 2003

In addition to general education, the criminal justice major requires 33 to 39 credits: 30 credits of classes and three to nine credits of internship. Students cannot use criminal justice courses, beyond requirements, to fulfill their free elective courses. Required courses:

General Education

45.211 Principles of Sociology

48.101 General Psychology

44.120 U.S. Government

Foundation Courses

43.101 Introduction to Criminal Justice

43.200 Criminology

43.210 Criminal Justice Statistics

43.220 Criminal Justice Research

Substantive Core Courses

Choose six courses from the following nine:

43.300 Juvenile Delinquency
43.310 Penology
43.320 Victimology
43.330 White Collar Crime
44.446 Constitutional Law
43.400 Mass Media and Crime
43.410 Criminal Law
43.420 Crime, Social Inequality and Social Identity
43.430 Special Topics

Applied Experience

43.495 Criminal Justice Internship