The purpose of the Criminal Justice Minor Program is to provide students with an understanding of crime and the US criminal justice system. The minor program requires a minimum of 18 credits and enriches a related major course of study. The minor is suitable for students from various majors including those students planning to attend law school or preparing for a career that utilizes knowledge of the criminal justice system.
Course Requirements (3 credits)
CRIM 2616: Criminology
Elective Courses (15 credits)
Any five Criminology or Criminal Justice elective courses (CRIM course designation)
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