Criminology Minor

The following courses are required to complete this minor:

  • CRIM 121 Social Perspectives on Criminology

Four (4) additional course from the following list, at least two (2) of which must have a CRIM designation:

  • CRIM 120 The Fight for Social Justice: Institutional Battlegrounds
  • CRIM 201 White Collar Crime
  • CRIM 211 Crime and Inequality
  • CRIM 222 Global Criminology
  • CRIM 224 Juvenile Delinquency
  • CRIM 233 Victimization and Justice
  • CRIM 240 Drugs, Social Control, and the Law
  • CRIM 270 Social Deviance
  • CRIM 301 Criminology Theory
  • CRIM 308 Understanding Violence
  • CRIM 313 The Culture of Punishment
  • CRIM 321 Intimate Partner Violence
  • CRIM 330 Policing and Society
  • CRIM 336 Sexual Violence
  • CRIM 360 Media and Crime
  • CRIM 490 Independent Study in Criminology
  • HSTY 186 History of Modern Violence
  • HLTH 326 Drug, Alcohol, and Addictive Behavior
  • POSC 206 Constitutional Law: Powers of the Government
  • POSC 250 American Legal Systems
  • POSC 315 Judicial Politics and Policy
  • POSC 316 U.S. Constitutional Law and Politics
  • POSC 337 Legislative Politics and Policy
  • POSC 450 Internship in the Judicial System
  • PSYC 322 Abnormal Psychology
  • SOCI 230 Law and Society
  • SOCI 245 Race and Ethnic Relations
  • SOCI 263 Social Inequality     
  • SOCI 333 Society and the Mentally Ill

NOTE: Sociology majors may not count the same course toward both the Sociology major and the Criminology minor.