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 Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice 



Undergraduate Programs of Study

Bachelor of Arts Major in Criminology and Criminal Justice

  • Major Curriculm Guide
    The BA in Criminology and Criminal Justice provides a foundation of knowledge for students interested in a variety of careers both in and out of the formal justice system. This degree program covers criminological theory, policing, courts and adjudication, corrections, research methodology, justice administration and special topics of criminal justice. The BA in Criminology and Criminal Justice prepares students for careers in law enforcement, corrections, juvenile casework, probation, parole, and other careers in the criminal justice system. It also provides a foundation for students who wish to pursue advanced degrees in the study of criminology and justice studies

Specialization in Community Corrections
Community Corrections Specialization (15 credits)

  • CRIM 321- CJ Interventions I (Basic Counseling Skills/Individuals) (3 credits)
  • CRIM 322- CJ Interventions II (Basic Intervention Skills/Families & Groups) (3 credits)
  • CRIM 416- Community Corrections  (3 credits)  
  • PSYC 276- Introduction to Abnormal Psychology or SOWK 334 Theoretical Perspectives on Mental Dysfunction (3 credits)
  • PSYC 321- Drugs and Behavior (3 credits)

Criminology Minor

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