Faculty and Advisor Information
B.C.J. students should triage their Tier I math sequence, and then immediately pursue their statistics and then research methods requirements.
B.C.J. students should also triage their BCJ Core requirements, taking any pre-requisites for their sociology, political science, or psychology track their first term. The sociology courses are offered sequentially once a year, so careful planning up front is necessary.
B.C.J. students should plan for and complete their Area II Group B (Political and Legal Issues) course earlier in their academic career, as a course is not always offered in this area each term.
Should a B.C.J. course substitution be necessary (ie a new course or seminar), please work with your advisee to submit a Substitution Form to Julie Cohara (active link to email@example.com). Forms are reviewed and updated weekly.