BA in Crime, Law and Justice (Advocacy Track)


Department: Crime Law and Justice

Degree Requirements For All Majors In Department

    • First Year Experience, 1 credit
    • Cultural Perspectives Requirements, 30 credits
    • Physical Education Skills, 2 credits
    • Lab Science, 4 credits
    • Math requirement, 3 credits
    • Social Science requirement, 3 credits

This department requires specific General Education Requirements course choices:

IDNameCredits
PS251Statistics for Social Sciences3

Crime, Law and Justice General Track Core Requirements

Choose: All     Credits: 33     Minimum: C-

IDNameCredits
CJ190Introduction to Crime, Law and Justice3
CJ260Conflict Resolution3
CJ290Legal Research, Writing and Argumentation3
CJ315Policing and Investigations3
CJ325Law, Courts and Procedures3
CJ350Criminology and Victimology3
CJ352Junior Seminar in Crime, Law and Justice1.5
CJ430Field Experience3
CJ453Senior Seminar in Crime, Law and Justice1.5
Required Cognates:
PS110Introduction to Psychology3
PS351Methods of Social Research3
SO110Introduction to Sociology3

Crime, Law and Justice (Advocacy Track) (BA) Requirements

  • Fulfill all General Degree Requirements
  • Fulfill all General Education Requirements
  • Fulfill all Crime, Law and Justice General Track Core Requirements
  • Elective Credits (Crime, Law and Justice or other)

Advocacy Track Requirements

In addition to the Crime, Law and Justice General Track Core Requirements listed above.

IDNameCredits
CJ270Advocacy3
PS313Social Psychology3
Choose one of the following:
PS240Lifespan Development3
SW201Human Behavior in the Social Environment I3
SW202Human Behavior in the Social Environment II3
Choose one of the following:
PS342Child Development3
PS343Adolescent Development3