BCJ Core Requirements
You must complete three of the following four courses in either the Associate's or Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree program.
Area I: Basic Skills. Four courses, one each from A, B, C, and D
(C) Statistical Reasoning:
Area II: Cultural, Legal and Political Issues. Two courses, one each from A and B
(A) Diversity and Intercultural Understanding:
(B) Political and Legal Issues:
Area III: Understanding Human Behavior and Social Problems. Two courses, one each from A and B
(A) Theories of Behavior:
Area IV: Professional and Organizational Skills. Two courses, one each from A and B
(B) Organizational Knowledge:
You choose the remaining hours beyond the core and major requirements in consultation with an academic advisor on the basis of your educational goals and career interests. Internship and field experience programs may be arranged for qualified students without prior professional experience in criminal justice.
Recommended electives include:
You may choose, in consultation with your faculty advisor, the remaining credits beyond the core and major requirements on the basis of your goals and career interests. Credit earned through Experiential Learning may not be accepted to meet core curriculum requirements.