Plan of Study

Tentetive Plan of Study (Things are always subject to change)

*Must earn a C or better     

Information Literacy (10 cr)

____    ____ ENG-W 131* Elementary Composition I

____    ____ ENG-W 132*  Elementary Composition II

____    ____ SPCH-S 121*  Public Speaking

____    ____ CSCI-C100  Computing Tools 

Mathematics (3-5 cr.) (Choose 1 of 4 options)

Option 1 MATH-M118* (3 cr) ____ ____ (Pre req MATH-M117*)                                               

Option 2  MATH-M119* (5 cr) ____ ____ (Pre req MATH-M125*)

Option 3   MATH-M215* (3 cr) ____ ____ (Pre req MATH-M125*)

Option 4  MATH-M133 (2 cr.) and MATH 134 (2 cr.)

Social and Behavioral Sciences (6cr)  Select 6 credit hours chosen from 100 & 200 level ANTH, HIST, POLS, PSY, SOC which meet campus general education requirements  from the following:

SOC S100, S101, PSY P103, ANTH A103, HIST H113, H114, H105, H106, POLS Y103                  

Cultural Diversity (3 cr)

Any one diversity course within in Sociology or Psychology approved by EPC which is not  counted toward the CJ major or does not count  toward other general educational requirements.

 

Arts and Humanities (6 cr)

Literature/Philosophy/Ethics (Choose 1)      Performance (Choose 1)    

____    ____ ENG-L ____

____    ____ ENG-E ____ 

____    ____ SPAN-S360

____   ____ PHIL-P ____

____   ____ SPCH-S223 

____   ____ SPCH-S233

Does not include PHIL-P150

____    ____ THTR –T 120  

____    ____ COAS-E103

____    ____ ENG-W203 

____    ____ HUMA-U101

____    ____ HUMA-U102

____    ____ HUMA-U103   

____    ____ FINA-A102

____    ____ MUS-X001

____    ____ FINA-F100

____    ____ FINA-F101

____    ____ FINA-A102

____    ____ FINA-S200

____    ____ MUS-X040

Physical and Life Sciences (12-13 cr) Choose one 5 cr course and one 3 cr course 

Biological Sciences (4-5 cr)

____    ____ ANAT-A215 (5 cr)

____    ____ BIOL-L100 (5 cr)

____    ____ BIOL-L105 (5 cr)

____    ____ MICR-J200/201 (4 cr)

____    ____ PHSL-P215 (5 cr)

____    ____ PLSC-B203 (5 cr)

____    ____ PLSC-B364 (5 cr)

Physical Science (5 cr)

____    ____ CHEM-C100/120 (5 cr)

____    ____ CHEM-C101/121 (5 cr) 

____    ____ CHEM-C105/125 (5 cr)

____    ____ GEOL-G100 (5 cr)

____    ____ GEOL-G133 (5 cr)

____    ____ PHYS-P100 (5 cr)

____    ____ PHYS-P201 (5 cr)

Non-Lab Sciences (3 cr)

____    ____ AST-A100 (3 cr)

____    ____ AST-A110 (3 cr)

____    ____ BIOL-N120 (3 cr)

____    ____ BIOL-L270 (3 cr)

____    ____ BIOL-L370 (3 cr)

____    ____ COAS-E105 (3 cr)

____    ____ CHEM-C390 (3 cr)

____    ____ GEOL-G107 (3 cr)

____    ____ GEOL-G315 (3 cr)

____    ____ GEOL-400 (3 cr)

____    ____ GEOL-T312 (3 cr)

____    ____ MICR0-J200 (3 cr)

Course for the Criminal Justice Major (BS) All Criminal Justice courses require a grade of C- or higher to count toward the major.  No substitutions will be permitted on these required courses.  (42 cr)

Required Courses—

All Eight Courses below are required for the major (24 cr.)  These courses may not be substituted for other courses.

____    ____ CJHS-J101 the American Criminal Justice System (3 cr.)  Prerequisite for all other criminal justice courses.

____    ____ CJHS-J201 Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Justice Policies (3 cr.)

____    ____ CJHS-J202 Criminal Justice Data, Methods and Resources (3 cr.)

____    ____ CJHS-J301 Substantive Criminal Law (3 cr.)

____    ____ CJHS-306   Criminal Courts (3 cr.)

____    ____ CJHS-J321 American Policing (3 cr.)

____    ____ CJHS-J331 Corrections (3 cr.)

____    ____ CJHS-J305 Juvenile Justice System (3 cr.)

Electives.  Any Six

additional 200, 300 or 400 level criminal justice courses are required.  Any course offered in CJHS not listed as required course may be taken to complete elective credits. Homeland security/emergency management courses may count as a criminal justice elective.

(18 credits)

These courses may not be substituted for required Criminal Justice courses above.

Criminal Justice majors are not eligible for certificates in Correctional Management and Supervision and/or a Certificate in Public Safety as these are all CJHS courses. Students may select courses from these electives to fulfill the certificate in Homeland Security.

____    ____ CJHS-J278 Principles and Practices of Homeland Security (3 cr.) online

____    ____ CJHS-J387 Foundations of Homeland Security (3 cr.) online

____    ____ PAHM-V272 Terrorism and Public Policy (3 cr.) online

____    ____ PAHM-V275 Introduction to Emergency Management (3 cr.) online

____    ____ CJHS-J387 Public Administration and Emergency Management (3 cr.) online

____    ____ CJHS-J320 Criminal Investigation (3 cr.)

____    ____ CJHS-J322 Introduction to Criminalistics (3 cr.)

____    ____ CJHS-J370 Seminar in Criminal Justice – Correctional Counseling (3 cr.)

____    ____ CJHS-J370 Seminar in Criminal Justice – Correctional Administration (3 cr.)

____  _____CJHS-J439 Crime & Public Policy

Additional Electives  to meet 120 credit hour requirement (30 credits of this degree must be at the 300/400 level courses.)  

Recommended courses for this section:

PSY K300 Statistics

SOC S360 Topics: Statistics for Social & Medical Professionals

SOC S325 Criminology

SOC S328 Juvenile Delinquency

SOC S360: Topics in Social Policy

1.) Family Violence

2.) White Collar Crime

3.) Organized Crime

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Effective 7-1-12