Criminal Justice and Criminology Major Options
Requirements for B.S. with a major in Criminal Justice and Criminology – Area F and major requirements
- Track I: Criminal Justice and Criminology (both Armstrong and Statesboro campuses)
- Track II: Cybercrime (currently only fully offered on the Armstrong campus)
Criminal Justice and Criminology Minor Options
- Criminal Justice and Criminology Minor
- Cybercrime Minor
- Criminal Justice and Criminology Track: Is offered on both the Armstrong and Statesboro campuses.
- Cybercrime Track: Is only offered on the Armstrong Campus, while some courses may be taken on the Statesboro campus.
- Internship: Students may take 3, 6, or 9 credits of Internship. For internships over 3 hours, students may utilize up to 6 credit hours to count towards fulfilling the Upper Division Criminal Justice and Criminology Electives requirement, while 3 credit hours may be counted towards the Free Electives requirement. Students must work with their advisor to determine the placement of these hours.
- Electives: Please note that not all electives are offered on each campuses.
Other Program Requirements
A minimum grade of “C” is required for each Area F, CRJU, and multidisciplinary requirements course taken in the major. This applies to all courses (lower and upper division). If advisor recommends, one “D” allowed if matched by “B” or higher in another course in the major.
Honors in Criminal Justice and Criminology
To graduate with Honors in Criminal Justice and Criminology, a student must:
- be admitted to the University Honors Program;
- successfully complete at least three credit hours of HONS 4610 over three semesters;
- successfully complete and present an Honors Thesis or Capstone Project;
- be in good standing in the University Honors Program at the time of graduation.
All Criminal Justice and Criminology majors, including students in the UHP, are advised by an advisor assigned to the major.
Last updated: 10/30/2018