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Criminal Justice Academic Plan

Freshman Fall

Freshman Spring

Dept Id Title Credits
CRJU ELCTV Elective 3
ENG 1110 English Composition I 3
HIST 1320 World Soc. 3
MFL Foreign Language I 3
PEDU 1541 Fitness 2
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
CRJU ELCTV Elective 3
ENG 1210 English Composition II 3
Gen. Elective 3
HEDU 1531 Health 2
MFL GEC Foreign Language II 3
SOCI 2100 Princ of Sociology 3
Semester Credits:

Sophomore Fall

Sophomore Spring

Dept Id Title Credits
BIOL 1000 Heredity Society 3
CRJU 2250 Intro to Crim Just 3
HUM Arts and Hum Electv 3
MFL GEC Foreign Language III 3
MSCM 1250 Speech Communication 3
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
CRJU 2350 Intro to Law Enforcement 3
CRJU 2450 Intro to Corrections 3
CRJU 2650 Juvenile Just 3
CRJU Concentration Course 3
PSY 2100 Gen Psyc 3
Semester Credits:

Junior Fall

Junior Spring

Dept Id Title Credits
CRJU 3000 Crim Just Theory 3
CRJU 4060 Stat Methods in Crim Just 3
CRJU 4061 Stat Methods Lab in CJ 1
CRJU 4510 Crim Just Court Processes 3
CRJU Concentration Course 3
Science 3
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
CRJU 3060 Ethics in Crim Just 3
CRJU 4000 Crim Just Practicum 3
CRJU 4110 Research Methods in Crim Just 3
CRJU 4111 Research Methods in Crim Just Lab 1
CRJU ELCTV Elective 3
HUM 2410 Arts and Humanities I 3
or
HUM 2420 Arts and Humanities II 3
Semester Credits:
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Senior Fall

Senior Spring

Dept Id Title Credits
CRJU ELCTV Elective 3
CRJU ELCTV Elective 3
CRJU ELCTV Elective 3
CRJU Concentration Course 3
Humanities Elective 3
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
CRJU 4600 Senior Sem 3
CRJU ELCTV Elective 3
CRJU ELCTV Elective 3
CRJU ELCTV2 Elective 2
CRJU Concentration Course 3
Semester Credits:
Estimated Minimum Required Credits: 124
Notes:
1) No more than 10 percent of the criminal justice major credits are completed through knowledge-based examinations (e.g., CLEP)
2) The department cannot accept credit for life experience, military, police academy or other professional training as a substitute for any criminal justice course.

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