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4-Digit Course Numbering

Published February 28, 2015.

In Fall 2015*, all Saint Louis University course numbers transitioned to four digit numbering. Some departments simply added a zero to the end of previous numbers and some departments have changed the numbering system significantly.

Below are historical listings of the course numbering changes. Courses number changes after Fall 2015 are not reflected in the below listings.

Click below for a listing of the Course Subjects beginning with a given letter.



CJST - Criminal Justice (PS) (Printable PDF)

Old 3-digit New 4-digit Title
CJST - 293CJST - 2930Special Studies
CJST - 300CJST - 3000Intro to Criminal Justice
CJST - 305CJST - 3050Principles of Security, Crime Prevention, and Asset Protection
CJST - 306CJST - 3060Theories of Crime
CJST - 310CJST - 3100Const Criminal Proced & Issues
CJST - 314CJST - 3140Drugs and Behavior
CJST - 320CJST - 3200Criminal Law and Evidence
CJST - 325CJST - 3250Intro to Safety Sciences
CJST - 330CJST - 3300Criminal Investigations
CJST - 335CJST - 3350Introduction to Risk Management & Liability
CJST - 350CJST - 3500Org Admin in Law Enforcement
CJST - 355CJST - 3550Juvenile Justice System
CJST - 359CJST - 3590Sociology of Law
CJST - 365CJST - 3650White Collar Crime
CJST - 370CJST - 3700The Death Penalty
CJST - 375CJST - 3750Introduction to Corrections
CJST - 380CJST - 3800Deviance and Social Control
CJST - 385CJST - 3850Hate Crimes
CJST - 390CJST - 3900Introduction to Terrorism
CJST - 393CJST - 3930Special Topics
CJST - 398CJST - 3980Independent Study
CJST - 400CJST - 4000Security Administration
CJST - 414CJST - 4140Drugs and Behavior
CJST - 420CJST - 4200Fund Computer Forensic
CJST - 465CJST - 4650Justice Administration
CJST - 475CJST - 4750Criminal Justice and Security Management Capstone
CJST - 485CJST - 4850CJO Portfolio Pro-Seminar
CJST - 491CJST - 4910Criminal Justice Internship
CJST - 496CJST - 4960Service Learning Experience
CJST - 498CJST - 4980Independent Study


* The Department of English (ENGL subject) transitioned to four digit numbering in the Fall 2014.