The Minor in Criminal Justice (CJUG) offered by the Department of Sociology will give students an operational knowledge of the three branches of the criminal justice system: policing, the courts, and corrections/rehabilitation. The students will be engaged in empirical projects grounded in criminology theory. The minor will also expose them to the major demographic forces that shape the criminal justice system in the United States and beyond.
|CJS 200||Introduction to Criminial Justice||3|
|SOC 344||Methods of Social Research||3|
|CJS 225||Law Enforcement||3|
|or CJS 230||Introduction to Correctioms|
|CJS 220||Juvenile Delinquency||3|
|or CJS 313||American Ct Systems Honors|
|CJS 492||Topics in Criminal Justice (or any 300 or 400 Level CJS course)||3|