Criminology, Minor

The sociology minor in criminology is designed for students who are considering possible careers in the diverse area of administrative justice.  The program introduces students to the different dimensions and explanations of crime and delinquency, providing analysis of social and governmental processes in the formulation of the criminal law of the United States.

For non-majors, the following constitutes a criminology minor: 

SOC-101INTROD. SOCIOLOGY3
SOC-206QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS3
or SOC-207 Quantitative Methods
CRM-101INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY3
SOC-308JUVENILE DELINQUENCY3
Select two of the following electives:6
INTRO NONVIOLENCE/CONFLICT RES
VIOLENCE:CAUSES/EFFECTS
CURR.SOC.PROB:FIELDWORK STUDY
SOCIAL PSYCH.OF ADDICTIONS
ADVANCED READING COURSE
SP.TOP:FORENSIC PSYC. (either Forensic Psych or Psychology & Law)
Total Credits18