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The Minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice allows students in other undergraduate programs at ASU to explore issues of crime, law and the criminal justice system. 

Required Classes (9 credit hours)
Core Classes
   CRJ 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice (SB)
Choose one of the following:
    CRJ 201 Criminal Justice Crime Control Policies and Practice
    CRJ 203 Courts and Sentencing
    CRJ 204 Juvenile Justice
    CRJ 225 Introduction to Criminology
    CRJ 230 Introduction to Policing
    CRJ 240 Introduction to Corrections
Choose one of the following:
    CRJ 305 Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice (C)
    CRJ 306 Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice (C)
    CRJ 350 Law and Social Control (SB)
    CRJ 410 Procedural Criminal Law


Electives (9 credit hours)
300-400 level CRJ course
300-400 level CRJ course
300-400 level CRJ course



  1. Students must be have earned 56 credits or more to take upper division courses.  

  2. CRJ 100 is the prerequisite for all upper division CRJ courses.

  3. Student must complete a minimum of eighteen (18) credits of graded classroom/online course work (internship or independent study not applicable).

  4. Minimum of twelve (12) credits of CRJ coursework must be completed at ASU.

  5. Students must earn a grade of "C" (2.00) or higher for all classes in the minor.

  6. Students must meet with a Criminal Justice advisor prior to registration.

  7. Take a minimum of twelve (12) credits of upper division CRJ course work from the approved list.



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