Dec 02, 2023  
Undergraduate Bulletin 2022-2023 
Undergraduate Bulletin 2022-2023 Archived Bulletin

Criminal Justice, B.A.

Julia S. Omarzu, Ph.D., Chair

General Education 36-39 credits
Major 37-43 credits
General Electives 38-47 credits

Student Learning Outcomes - Criminal Justice

  1. Students will reflect on diversity and differences through writing and speaking.
  2. Students will exhibit a working knowledge of CJ policies and professional standards
  3. Students will illustrate the components and functions of the CJ system.
  4. Students will apply knowledge of CJ systems and criminological theories.
  5. Students will describe factors in conformity and deviance.
  6. Students will explain the value of contributing knowledge to the community.

General Education Requirements


Requirements for the major in Criminal Justice (B.A.):

Required and elective courses in the CJ major must have a cumulative GPA of 2.000. Students double majoring in CJ and psychology, sociology, or social work should consult with advisors in both majors to review reduced program requirements. Students should be informed that no criminal justice coursework taken at another school shall be applied to their major or minor program requirements once they have enrolled. Students must take 3-9 credits in elective courses based upon the number of credits they take in L.CRJ 490 - Criminal Justice Field Instruction . The number of CJ elective course credits and CJ Field Instruction credits must equal a minimum of 12 credits.