This program is geared toward students interested in pursuing a career in criminal justice. Students receive both theoretical and practical exposure to the system while developing widely applicable skills in research and data analysis.
|SOC 100 Introductory to Sociology OR |
SOC 133 American Society OR
SOC 136 Social Problems
|CJ 158 Criminal Justice Administration|
|POL 203 Political and Civil Rights|
|SOC 243 Criminology|
|SOC 242 Field Experience in Applied Sociology (optional)|
|CJ 244 Corrections |
|SOC 347 Sociological Theory|
|CJ 324 Research Methods in Criminal Justice (optional) |
|SOC 350 Applied Statistics or equivalent OR equivalent|
24 total credits are required for certificate. A minimum of 12 credits toward this certificate must be taken at St. Joseph’s College.