Specific Requirements for Admission to the Sociology: Criminal Justice Policy Major

  • Completion of SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology: Self and Society with a grade of “C” or better, and three credits in another Sociology or Anthropology course with a grade of “C” or better.

B.S., Sociology: Criminal Justice Policy Requirements: 37 Credits

Introductory Course
SOC 101Introduction to Sociology: Self and Society3
All of the following foundational courses:
SOC 301Social and Cultural Theory3
SOC 312Research Design for the Social Sciences3
SOC 314Statistics for the Social Sciences4
SOC 411Social Inequality and Stratification3
SOC 499Senior Capstone: Applying the Social Sciences3
All of the following Criminal Justice courses:
SOC 320Sociology of Deviant Behavior3
SOC 321Sociology of the Criminal Justice System3
SOC 323Crime, Victimization and Urban Environments3
SOC 423Law and Society3
Select six credits from the following:6
Senior Seminar
Social Science and Social Problems
The Urban Social System
Power and Society: Political Sociology in Action
Qualitative Methods In The Social Sciences
Global Health: A Biosocial and Justice-Oriented Approach
Gender in American Society
Victim Advocacy Policy and Practice
American Cultural Minorities
Sports in American Society
Environment and Society: Sociological Perspectives
Gender, Society and Culture
Community Internship I, II
Healthcare, Society and Culture
Directed Independent Readings
Directed Independent Study
Directed Independent Research
2040 Initiative Seminar
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Judicial Process
Constitutional Law
Total Credits37