Criminal Justice Minor
The criminal justice minor is designed to give students a broad overview of the criminal justice system. Students majoring in psychology or forensic science or simply having an interest in the criminal justice system would find this minor helpful as they prepare for careers in this field.
The program is flexible enough to allow students to tailor its requirements to meet their particular interests and only requires a minimum of 27 credit hours.
LE103 Intro to Criminal Justice
LE153 Juvenile Justice
LE253 Probation, Parole & Community Corrections
LE263 Intro to Crim. Law and Justice
LE273 Crim. Procedures and Evidence
LE343 Criminalistics and Crime Scene Investigations I
PSY383 Forensic Psychology
Law enforcement and/or psychology electives
Total minor program: 27 credit hours