Bachelor of Arts/Science in Integrated Studies - Criminal Justice Emphasis

24 credits 

Emphasis Requirements
CJ 1010Introduction to Criminal Justice3
CJ 1330Criminal Law 13
or CJ 1340 Criminal Investigation
CJ 3270Criminology3
Complete 15 credits from the following (12 credits must be upper-division):
CJ 1300Intro to Corrections3
CJ 1330Criminal Law 13
or CJ 1340 Criminal Investigation
CJ 1900Introduction to Computer Related Crime3
CJ 2330Juvenile Justice3
CJ 2360Juvenile Law & Procedure3
CJ 3100Profiling Deviant Behavior3
CJ 3200Policing in U.S. Society3
CJ 3250Private Security3
CJ 3300Research Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice3
CJ 3320Criminal Procedure3
CJ 3350American Jails and Prisons3
CJ 3400Drugs and Crime3
CJ 3500White Collar Crime3
CJ 3550Crime, Media, and Culture3
CJ 3600The Criminal-Life Course3
CJ 3710Crimes Against Humanity3
CJ 3830International Criminal Justice Systems3
CJ 4020Urban Crime3
CJ 4100Social Control3
CJ 4150Criminal Justice Reform3
CJ 4200Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice3
CJ 4240Delinquency & Social Responsibility3
CJ 4500Special Topics 23
CJ 4900Current Issues in Criminal Justice3
CJ 4950R3
SOC 3020Social Psychology3
SOC 3560Deviance and Social Control3
1

A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement.

2

Repeatable as topic varies up to 9 credits.

NOTES:

  1. Students must select and complete two emphases and Core Requirements.
  2. Grade C or higher in each Emphasis Area course required.