Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Science

Core Curriculum for Non-STEM Majors (Areas A-E)42
Area F: Courses Related to Major
CRJU 1100Introduction to Criminal Justice3
CRJU 2200Intro to Law Enforcement3
CRJU 2210Intro. to Criminal Law & Procedure3
CRJU 2400Report Writing & Research Skills3
CRJU 2800American Correctional Systems3
Select one the following:3
Introduction to Social Problems
Survey of Economics
Introduction to Political Science
Survey of Computer Applications
Microcomputers in Social Science
Any Foreign Language course
Area G: Major Courses (42 hours)
Area G Required Courses (30 hours)
CRJU 2900Criminology3
CRJU 2910Organization and Administration in Criminal Justice3
CRJU 3200Survey of Juvenile Justice System3
CRJU 3410Criminal Justice Research3
CRJU 3420Research Statistics3
CRJU 3530CRJU Ethics and Professionals3
CRJU 4210Philosophy of Law and Punishment3
CRJU 4630Race, Gender and the Criminal Justice System3
CRJU 4650The Court System in the United States3
CRJU 4999Senior Seminar3
Area G: Criminal Justice Electives
Select 12 semester hours of the following (9 hours must be 3000-4000 level from below):12
Survey Of Forensic Science
Constitutional Proc in CRJU
Juvenile Delinquency
Community Relations
Global Terrorism
Criminal Evidence and Court Procedure
Comp Inter legal System
Law Enforcement and Legal Process
Corrections and the Legal Process
Treatment, Testing and Evaluation in Corrections
Community Based Corrections
Organized and White Collar Crime
Drugs and Crime
Comparative Criminology
Special Topics
Area H: 18 hours of free electives (can be used for a minor)18
Elective 1 3000/4000 level required if not taking a minor
Elective 2 3000/4000 level required if not taking a minor
Elective 3 3000/4000 level required if not taking a minor
Elective 4
Elective 5
Elective 6
First-Year and Wellness Course Requirements Outside the Core
ASU 1101First Year Experience: Pathways to Success1
HEDP, WELLHealth & Wellness Requirement 12
Total Semester Hours123