CHOOSE TWO FROM ANY OF THE AREAS BELOW
Courses in this category will provide students with substantive background that will enable them to acquire a deeper understanding of particular aspects of crime, criminal justice policies, and criminal justice institutions depending upon the students’ particular interests and career goals.
HIS 301: Constitutional History of the United States
LAW 204: Law, Literature & Film in America
LAW 304: Women and Law
LAW 310: Cyberspace Law and Policy
POL 300: U.S. Constitutional Law
POL 301: Civil Liberties in the U.S.
PHL 130: Political Philosophy
PHL 202: Social Philosophy
PHL 360: Contemporary Ethics
POL 235: Race and Ethnicity in American Politics
POL 325: Public Administration
POL 327: Contemporary Issues in American Public Policy
POL 335: Urban Politics
POL 345: Justice
POL 350: U.S. Foreign and Security Policy
POL 351: Critical Views of Global Security
POL 363: Human Rights in a Global Context
PSY 220: Abnormal Psychology
PSY 365: Drugs and Human Behavior
SOC 205: Families
SOC 207: Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 245: Social Problems
SOC 308: Cities and Suburbs
SOC 312: Women in Society
SOC 330: Class and Economic Inequality
SOC 340: Power and Politics
SOC 350: Social Policy
SOC 396: Applied Sociology
INTERNSHIPS* AND ADVANCED RESEARCH**
LAW 490: Law & Justice Independent Study
LAW 496: Law & Justice Honors Thesis
LAW 491: Law and Justice Internship
SOC 491: Sociology Internship
PHL 491: Philosophy Internship
POL 391: Political Science Internship
PSY 491: Psychology Internship
*Internships related to Criminal Justice as approved by the Director.
**Advance research related to Criminal Justice in Independent studies courses or Honors Thesis programs.
*** Pre-requisites: PSY-100 is a pre-requisite for these Psychology courses. SOC-101 is a pre-requisite for these Sociology courses. .