Minor in Criminology, Law, and Society
Criminology, Law, and Society provides a foundation for students seeking to supplement their major area of study, to develop knowledge and skills needed for criminological, law, and justice related occupations, or to lay foundation for law school or graduate study in sociology, criminology, or justice fields. Students take a range of sociology courses that provide theoretical and practical knowledge while exposing students to current sociological, legal, and justice issues.
|SOC 100||Introduction to Sociology||3-4|
|or SOC 163||Social Problems|
|SOC 378||Law and Society||3|
|or SOC 477||Sociology of Law|
|Choose three courses from the following (9 hours minimum); at least 3 hours must be at the 300- or 400-level:||9|
|Sociology of Gender|
|Race and Ethnicity|
|Sociology of Deviance|
|Law and Society 1|
|Individual Study 2|
|Topics in Sociology 2|
|Sociology of Law 1|
|Advanced Independent Study 2|
|Advanced Topics in Sociology 2|
If not taken as part of the core.
Advisor approval required -- course topic must be focused in criminology and/or law.