May 25, 2022  
2021-2022 Academic Bulletin 
    
2021-2022 Academic Bulletin

Criminal Justice Minor


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Criminal Justice provides a foundation in criminal law, legal procedures, and criminology to help prepare students for a career in the criminal justice profession. Students should consult their advisor and classes should be chosen with occupational goals in mind.

Additional Requirements


A minimum of 9 credits must come from courses numbered 300 or above.

Student Learning Outcomes


At the end of the program a student will be able to:

  • Think critically about human thought and behavior in individuals, sociocultural and ecological systems
  • Select credible sources of evidence from the behavioral sciences, and specifically in the area of sociology science
  • Conduct effective research projects in sociology from design through data interpretation
  • Apply ethical standards to scholarship and practice in Sociology
  • Apply principles and skills from Sociology to serve their communities
  • Write effectively about theories, data, and practice in Sociology
  • Speak effectively about theories, data, and practice in Sociology
  • Will prepare a professional plan for life after graduation
  • Apply principles from Sociology to understand and influence the development of faith across the life span
  • Know the key themes in relevant areas in Sociology

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