Minor, Criminal Justice

The minor in criminal justice provides an introduction to the field of criminal justice and enables students to explore issues related to the nature and treatment of crime; the relationships among law, social order, and social justice; and the application of Christian principles to such issues.

Administrator: Chair, Department of Psychology, Cultural Anthropology, and Criminal Justice

Requirements: 22-23 credits of which 15 shall be numbered above 2999

CLTA3180. Race, Class and Gender (3)
CRIM3200. Juvenile Justice (3); or 
​     CRIM3550. Criminology (3)
POLS1030. The Foundations of Politics: Quest for Peace and Justice (3)
POLS4420. Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (3)
PSYC1250. Psychology for Life (2); or
     ​PSYC1550. Introduction to Psychology (3)
PSYC3455. Abnormal Psychology (3)
SOGY2430. Social Problems in Modern Society (2)

Three credits in political science, psychology, or sociology numbered above 2999 (3)