All required coursework in the program will take place in one of three formats: online, hybrid, and face-to-face evening and weekend courses. Course sequences are listed below. In order to complete these courses, students will need access to computers and up-to-date computer programs. Most of the necessary programs are user-friendly, and ones that many students are already familiar with. If students need help with online-learning programs, support will be available. Writing and subject-matter tutoring will also be available for some courses.
Criminology Major: 36 Credits
Sociology Minor: 21 credits
BS and General Education Degree Requirements not transferred
Students will request 6 credits for internship and 3 credits for Criminal Investigation (Criminal Justice 321), demonstrated through portfolio. Students will sign up for 3 credits of INTRAUNV 300, which will be taught as a hybrid course. In this course, students will put together their portfolios and also be introduced to the LEBD program.
Students will complete two online/hybrid courses, Basic Social Statistics (Sociology 295) and Race and Ethnic Relations (Sociology 265).
Students will complete one set of assessments, Forensic Documentation (Criminal Justice 325), and one face-to-face/hybrid course scheduled in the evening or on the weekend, Women and Violence (Women’s Studies 455).
Students will complete one online/hybrid course, Communication in the Context of Criminal Justice (Criminal Justice 496).
Students will complete 1 set of assessments: Introduction to Family Studies (Sociology 252) and one online/hybrid course, Computer Applications (Computer Science 162).
Students will complete two online/hybrid courses: and Geography 120 (Introduction to Weather and Climate) and Police and Criminal Justice Administration (Political Science 316).
Students will complete remaining assessment, Sociology of Punishment and Corrections (Sociology 378) and World of Ideas (Gened 390).
Students will complete one online/hybrid course, Criminological Theory (Sociology 475).
Students will complete two online/hybrid courses, Social Theory (Sociology 475). Students will consult with advisors about remaining General Education, College or University Requirements.
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