Jan 22, 2022  
2021-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

Justice Studies, Minor


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Minor Requirements


A minimum of 18 semester hours with a grade of “C” or higher in each course is required for a minor in Justice Studies. To satisfy the requirements for a minor, students must take JUS 2301 - Introduction to Justice Studies , which is a prerequisite to all other Justice Studies courses, as well as JUS 2302 - Research Methods in Justice Studies I . Students may choose any combination of other Justice Studies courses to fulfill the remaining 12-semester-hour requirement.

Courses in Numerical Order

JUS 2301 - Introduction to Justice Studies   

JUS 2302 - Research Methods in Justice Studies I  

JUS 2310 - Theories of Justice Studies  

JUS 2320 - Introduction to Forensic Science   

JUS 3310 - Police & Community   

JUS 3318 - Forensic Psychology  

JUS 3335 - Justice Administration   

JUS 3336 - The Judicial Process   

JUS 3337 - Court Procedure & Evidence  

JUS 3339 - Criminal Investigation   

JUS 3342 - Comparative Justice Studies  

JUS 3344 - The Political Economy of Justice  

JUS 3345 - Strategic Approaches to Community Safety   

JUS 3346 - Sociology of Law  

JUS 3347 - Drugs, Crime, and Justice  

JUS 3350 - Victims and Justice   

JUS 3355 - Criminal Law   

JUS 3361 - Juvenile Justice   

JUS 3382 - Class, Race, Gender & Justice  

JUS 4302 - Writing & Research in Justice Studies II   

JUS 4320 - Roman Justice               

JUS 4322 - Contemporary Issues in Justice Studies  

JUS 4328 - Victorian Justice   

JUS 4330 - Social Justice   

JUS 4342 - GIS Concepts and Techniques  

JUS 4344 - Prison and Punishment in U.S. Society    

JUS 4369 - Constitutional Law   

JUS 4391 - Internship in Justice Studies   

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