Criminal Justice Major
The Criminal Justice Major is recommended for students who seek an understanding of the criminal justice system. The major is not intended to serve as a professional training program; rather it is an academically centered major that focuses on the legal, ethical, administrative, and behavioral aspects of the criminal justice system and its various parts. There are 42 credits required to complete the criminal justice major (27 credits of required core courses and 15 credits of electives).
Registering and Enrolling in Criminal Justice Courses
Registration for CJ courses can be processed through Titan Web. However, if you have completed between 60 and 90 credits, a HOLD will be placed on your academic record and you will need to meet with your CJ Faculty Advisor to remove the hold.
Recommended Minors for the Criminal Justice Major
While a minor is not required to complete the criminal justice degree, the following minors are recommended for those criminal justice majors who wish to pursue a minor:
Anthropology, Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Organizational Communication, Communication Studies, Radio-TV-Film, Economics, Political Science, Philosophy, Psychology, Public Administration, Social Justice, Sociology, Journalism-Liberal Arts, Military Science, Spanish, and Women’s Studies.