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Course Requirements


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.

First Year

  • SCJ-101 Introduction to Social and Criminal Justice
  • STA-100 Statistical Foundations and STA-110 Inferential Statistics 
  • PHL-128 Morality and Moral Controversies

Second Year

  • SCJ-201 Law Enforcement and Corrections
  • SOC-235 Methods of Sociological Research
  • PHL-285 Law, Morality, and Punishment

Third Year

  • SCJ-220 Juvenile Delinquency and the Justice System
  • SCJ-350 Human Rights and Comparative Justice Systems
  • SOC-351 Criminology

Fourth Year

  • 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