Minor in Criminal Justice
The minor in Criminal Justice is grounded in the study of crime and violent behavior from a humanities and social science perspective, coupled with practical knowledge needed in the criminal justice profession. (For an overview of the criminal justice system and its related careers, see Modern Criminal Justice Explained from Criminal Justice Degree Hub.)
In the past five years, 173 students have graduated with a minor in Criminal Justice. These students had 33 different majors. The most common majors were Psychology, Legal Studies, Political Science, Sociology, Biology, Accounting, Finance, Natural Resources Management and Physical Education.
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