|Required Courses||9 hours|
|SOC 1111 Introduction to Sociology||3 hours|
|CRMJS 1011 Introduction to Criminal Justice||3 hours|
|CRMJS 3151 Criminology||3 hours|
Criminal Justice Electives
Up to 9 hours of Criminal Justice courses can be transferred with approval of the program director.
This introductory course presents the basic processes of human interaction in everyday life while introducing students to the theories and methods governing social inquiry. The sociological perspective is used to study the impact of the forces of culture, socialization, social stratification, race, gender, and population on human thoughts and actions.
Offered in the Adult Undergraduate program only.
Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Discourse Instructive
Archway Curriculum: Integrative Core: UC Reflected Self Thread
A survey course providing an overall view of the criminal justice system, the law, law enforcement, the courts, and corrections.
An examination of contemporary problems in crime and delinquency with emphasis upon the theories of deviant behavior and correction.
Prerequisite(s): CRMJS 1011 Introduction to Criminal Justice and SOC 1111 Introduction to Sociology.