Criminal Justice Program Requirements

The courses listed below are required for completion of the bachelor's degree in criminal justice. Students must also complete the requirements for the Stevenson Educational Experience (SEE).

Specific pre- and co-requisites for each course are listed in the course descriptions.

Major Requirements:

EDCP 100

First Year Seminar

CJUS 101

Introduction to Criminal Justice

CJUS 210

Writing for Criminal Justice

CJUS 220

Criminal Law & Procedure

CJUS 265

The Juvenile Justice System

CJUS 275

Corrections

CJUS 280

Law Enforcement

CJUS 285

Criminology

CJUS 305

Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice

CJUS 310

Comparative Criminal Justice

CJUS 325

Civil Liability in Criminal Justice

CJUS 345

Victimology

CJUS 380

American Courts & the Criminal Justice System

CJUS 385

Research Methods in Criminal Justice

CJUS 417

Criminal Justice Internship

IS 135

Advanced MS Office Applications

MATH 136

Introduction to Statistics

POSCI 205

State & Local Government

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

Select Four Elective Courses:

CJUS 335

White Collar Crime

CJUS 350

Criminal Justice Special Topics

CJUS 355

Race & Crime

CJUS 375

Probation and Parole

CJUS 381

Justice, Media & Crime

CJUS 382

Crime Mapping & Crime Analysis

CJUS 383

Law Enforcement & the Community

CJUS 390

Domestic Security

CJUS 420

Study Abroad Internship

CJUS 430

Law Enforcement Administration & Management

SOC 304

Topics in Sociology

SOC 375

Social Stratification~

~ Course under development