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Criminal Justice Degree (B.S.), Part-time Evening

Why Study Criminal Justice During the Evening?

We are proud to offer a flexible course schedule to our student's. All courses are offered in the late afternoon and early evening.  During our winter and summer sessions, students can opt to take day or evening classes.  During the spring and fall semesters, students may also take classes offered by the day division.*  And, of course, online courses are available to take at your convenience.

*Note: Graduate and Continuing Education students can only register for day classes during cross registration or during add/drop.

Requirements for the Criminal Justice Degree

Major Core Courses

  • CRJU 0101 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • CRJU 0121 - Theories of Crime
  • CRJU 0201 - Law Enforcement and Society
  • CRJU 0202 - Introduction to Corrections
  • CRJU 0205 - American Judicial System
  • CRJU 0231 - Research Methods in Criminal Justice

Note:

Students choose upper-level electives in the major to complete the remaining 21 credits. A student, who has not maintained the requisite 2.5 GPA for the six Major Core courses or had a grade below a C- in any one of the Major Core courses, will be required to correct this deficiency in order to enroll in upper level major electives.

    Additional Graduation Requirements

    All students must meet the University Graduation Requirements and complete a common core of studies, distributed among the different academic areas as detailed in the Common Core .