Minor in Criminal Justice

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Gregory Adams
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This interdisciplinary 18-credit minor provides an introduction to the field of criminal justice with applications to positions in law enforcement, the judicial system, and correctional institutions, as well as in social work and counseling. The minor is jointly sponsored by the History, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology Departments.

18 Credits Required

SOC 362 — Criminology
PSC 321 — U.S. Legal System (Note: may substitute PSC 417 — Constitutional Law)
PHI 327 — Moral Problems and the Law or SOC 368 — Sociology of Law

Select 9 credits from any of the following categories, except as noted:

Business Management


Political Science — Policy


Sociology — Crime, Corrections, Law