Criminal Justice Concentration

SOCIOLOGY (SOC/CJ)

 Four-Year Curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Sociology (Criminal Justice Option)

 

Freshman Year

Cr

Sophomore Year

Cr

UNIV 1020 First Year Connections; or General Elective1

1

ENGL 2130, 2230 or 2330

HIST 2010 American History I

3

3

SOC 1010 Intro. to Sociology

3

HIST 2020 American History II

3

CJ 2700 Intro. to Law Enforcement

3

SOC 3100 Sociological Theory

3

CJ 2850 Criminal Law & Procedure

3

CJ 2660: Criminology

3

ENGL 1010 Writing I

3

CJ 3650: Juvenile Delinquency

3

ENGL 1020 Writing II

3

SPCH 2410 or PC 2500

3

MATH2

3

BIOL 1010,1020; or CHEM 1010,1020

Foreign Language3

3

1. ____________________

4

POLS 1000 American Government

3

2. ____________________

4

Soc. Science/Philosophy Elective

3

PHIL 1030: Introduction to Philosophy

3

Humanities/Fine Arts Elective

3

Total

31

Total

32

 

Junior Year

Cr

Senior Year

Cr

SOC 3910 Social Sci. Stat. Analysis

3

SOC 4920 or 4930

3

SOC 3900 Intro. to Social Research

3

CJ 4660 Corrections

3

SOC/SW/CJ Electives (6 hrs.upper level)

SOC/SW/CJ Electives (6 hrs. upper level)

1. ____________________

3

1. ____________________

3

2. ____________________

3

2. ____________________

3

CJ 3610 Adv. Criminal Procedure

3

Soc.Sci./Phil. Elective (upper level)

3

Social Science/Philosophy Elective

3

General Electives (12 hrs.)

General Electives (12 hrs.)

1. ____________________

3

1. ____________________

3

2. ____________________

3

2. ____________________

3

3. ____________________

3

3. ____________________

3

4. ____________________

3

4. ____________________

3

Total

30

Total

27

 

1 UNIV 1020 or equivalent is required for first time freshmen. Students not required to take UNIV 1020 may take a general elective (it does not have to be a one-hour course). See your academic advisor.

2 Any general education mathematics course. MATH 1010 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics Ideas recommended.

3 The minimum is a course in a specific language. None of the “Country and the People” courses are acceptable.

 

  • A total of 120 hours is required for graduation with a minimum of 36 hours at the upper level
  • Students should apply for graduation at least two semesters prior to expected graduation date.

 

Programs of Study

General Sociology Track
Social Work Concentration
Criminal Justice Concentration
Philosophy/Anthropology Minors

What is Sociology?

Description of the sociology major and list of some of the subfields within the discipline of sociology.

Opportunities for Students

Professional development opportunities for sociology majors

Scholarships & Awards

Student Accomplishments

Alpha Kappa Delta

International Sociology Honor Society

 

 

Sociology & Criminal Justice Club

A student organization designed to further the academic and career development of any student.

Internship Program

Contact information for majors interested in internships.

Sociology Links

Links to useful sociology websites

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