Minor in Criminal Justice
CRJU 1100: Introduction to Criminal Justice – A three-hour survey course of the criminal justice system and its central components: police, courts, and corrections. Topics include: the activities and legal environment of each component; individual rights and public order; the juvenile justice process; theories of causation; the growth and use of technology in crime and crime solving; and special issues such as AIDS, drugs, and public policy.
15 hours (5 courses) from CRJU – Upper Division courses (15)* OR CRJU 2131 – Justice and Ethics (3) and CRJU – Upper Division courses (12)*
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Last updated: 8/21/2015