The following represents only one of many paths students can take to complete the major in social and criminal justice.
Note that students typically take four courses per semester for a total of eight each year. Check the Coe catalog to review all of your options.
- SCJ-101 Introduction to Social and Criminal Justice
- STA-100 Statistical Foundations and STA-110 Inferential Statistics
- PHL-128 Morality and Moral Controversies
- SCJ-201 Law Enforcement and Corrections
- SOC-235 Methods of Sociological Research
- PHL-285 Law, Morality, and Punishment
- SCJ-220 Juvenile Delinquency and the Justice System
- SCJ-350 Human Rights and Comparative Justice Systems
- SOC-351 Criminology
- SCJ-301 Criminal Law and the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments
- SCJ-895 Internship in Social and Criminal Justice
- SCJ-800 Social & Criminal Justice Colloquium -- Non-Credit Bearing