Academic Catalog


Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice (BS)

Students are urged to take elective courses or to consider minoring in psychology, sociology, political science, computer science, information systems, or management.

Students interested in careers in corrections work including probation and parole are urged to take courses in the social welfare sequence (SOC 320, SOC 325, SOC 402) and/or minor in either sociology with a social welfare specialization or human services.

Advanced Placement

Students interested in credit by examination should consult with the department chair.  Information on credit awarded for qualifying scores on AP and IB subject examinations can be found on the equivalency charts on the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website at