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Minor in Criminology

Students minoring in Criminology must complete 18 semester credit hours. Twelve of those hours must be upper-level courses.

Course options

Students must choose from the following course offerings:
  • CRIM 2336 Introduction to Criminology
  • CRIM 3360 Introductory Statistics For Criminology
  • CRIM 4360 Research Methods For Criminology
  • CRIM 4332 Theories of Criminal Behavior
  • CRIM 4392 Senior Internship in Criminal Justice 
  • CRIM 3340 Criminal Justice Administration
  • CRIM 3350 Social Deviance
  • CRIM 3355 Municipal Police Administration
  • CRIM 3365 Juvenile Delinquency and Justice
  • CRIM 3389 Multi Listing Course
  • CRIM 4312 Criminal Procedure
  • CRIM 4320 Corrections In America
  • CRIM 4321 Probation and Parole
  • CRIM 4322 Legal Foundations of Corrections
  • CRIM 4333 Law and Society
  • CRIM 4334 Issues In Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • CRIM 4381 Ethics in Criminal Justice
  • CRIM 4382 The Police and the Community
  • CRIM 4383 The American Jail
  • CRIM 4384 The Death Penalty
  • CRIM 4385 Civil Liability in Criminal Justice
  • CRIM 4389 Selected Topics
  • CRIM 4391 Contract Study

Consult your academic advisor to declare a Minor in Criminology, to obtain advice, or to seek approval of substitutions for course requirements. 

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