Dec 10, 2019  
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED]

Criminal Justice, B.S.


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Students who major in criminal justice may choose the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science. The B.S. requires 39 semester hours of coursework with a minimum of 33 advanced (300 and/or 400 level) criminal justice credit hours. All majors are advised to choose elective courses related to specific career interests in their chosen field of criminal justice.

In addition to the requirements for the criminal justice major, students must complete the required university and college core requirements. As of fall 2016, those requirements include an approved minor consisting of 18 to 24 credit hours from any academic program offering a minor course of study.

All criminal justice courses must have a reported grade of a C or better to be credited toward the major.

1. University Core Curriculum Requirements


See College of Liberal and Applied Arts Bachelor of Science for Liberal and Applied Arts, B.S.  requirements for University Core Curriculum course listing.  Course selections specific to Major to be discussed with advisor.

2. Foundation of Knowledge


See College of Liberal and Applied Arts Bachelor of Science for Liberal and Applied Arts, B.S.  requirements for Foundation of Knowledge course listing.  Course selections specific to Major to be discussed with advisor.

3. Program Courses


4. Additional Degree Requirements


See College of Liberal and Applied Arts Bachelor of Science for Liberal and Applied Arts, B.S.  requirements for additional degree requirements.  To be discussed with advisor.

5. Hours needed to total 120


To be discussed with advisor.

6. Additional Major in Criminal Justice


If a student wishes to complete an additional major in criminal justice, the course requirements for the additional major will be the same as if criminal justice was the student’s primary major. The student’s core requirements will depend upon the requirements for the primary major.

In order for a student to receive credit for the additional major on her/his transcript, she/he must specifically request that transcript credit from the registrar’s office at the time that she/he files for graduation.

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