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Course Requirements for Criminal Justice Majors

Freshman Year

Fall Semester:

  • CRMJ 2000 Introduction to Criminal Justice Studies
  • ENGL 1010 Freshman English I
  • HIST 2010 History I
  • MATH 1110/1013 College Algebra I/Contemporary Math
  • BIOL 1010, 1011 Biology I w/Lab
  • ASOR  Orientation for Arts and Sciences Majors

Spring Semester:

  • PSYC 2010 General Psychology
  • ENGL 1020 Freshman English II
  • HIST 2020 History II
  • BIOL 1020, 1021 Biology II w/Lab
  • Humanities Elective

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester:

  • CRMJ 2010 Introduction to Law Enforcement
  • SOCI 2010 Introduction to Sociology
  • ENGL 2010-2029 Literature
  • COMM 2200 Public Speaking
  • PSYC 2100 Psychology of Adjustment

 Spring Semester:

  •  CRMJ 2020 The American Legal System
  • CRMJ 2030 Introduction to Corrections
  • ENGL 2106 Tech Report Writing for Criminal Justice Majors
  • Humanities Elective
  • COMP 1210

Junior Year

 Fall Semester:

  • CRMJ 3000 Research Methods
  • PSYC 2180/or SOCI 3000 Elementary Statistics/ or Social Statistics
  • PSYC 3210 Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC 3410/or PSYC 3510 Social Psychology or Developmental Psychology
  • SOCI (3000-4000) Sociology Upper Division Elective

 Spring Semester:

  • CRMJ (3000-4000) Criminal Justice Upper Division Elective
  • SOCI 2300 Social Problems
  • SOCI (3000-4000) Sociology Upper Division Elective
  • PSYC (3000-4000) Psychology Upper Division Elective

Senior Year

 Fall Semester:

  • CRMJ 4000 Senior Practicum
  • CRMJ 4500 Senior Project

 Spring   Semester:

  • CRMJ (3000-4000) Criminal Justice Upper Division Elective
  • CRMJ (3000-4000) Criminal Justice Upper Division Elective
  • CRMJ (3000-4000) Criminal Justice Upper Division Elective
  • CRMJ (3000-4000) Criminal Justice Upper Division Elective
  • PSYC (3000-4000) Psychology Upper Division Elective

 

 







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