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David R. Hayworth College of Arts and Sciences
Criminal Justice
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Course Requirements

Requirements for the B.A. in Criminal Justice (40 credits):

Required Core (24 credits)

  • CRJ 1900. Intro to the Justice System (4)
  • CRJ 2000. Criminology (4)
  • CRJ 3100. Criminal Law (4)
  • CRJ 3200. Courts and Trials (4)
  • CRJ 3400. Research Methods (4)
  • CRJ 4200. Corrections (4)

Related Electives – Choose four courses from the following (16)

  • CRJ 1700. Violent Crime in America (4)
  • CRJ 2500. Controlled Substances (4)
  • CRJ 2700. Juvenile Justice (4)
  • CRJ 3000. Victimology (4)
  • CRJ 3300. Police Operations (4)
  • NPL 3300. Counseling and the Helping Professions (4)
  • PSC 3320. The Constitution, Civil Liberties, and the Courts (4)
  • CRJ 3500. Crime Scene Investigation (4)
  • CRJ 3700. Probation, Parole, and Community Service (4)
  • CRJ 3800. Comparative Criminal Justice Systems (4)
  • CRJ 4000. Terrorism (4)
  • CRJ 4100. The Death Penalty (4)
  • CRJ 4300. Crime, Law, and National Security (4)
  • CRJ 4400. Police Administration and Supervision (4)

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