Saint Louis University

Minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice

The Criminology and Criminal Justice minor incorporates the scientific study of criminal behavior, the law and institutions such as law enforcement, the courts, probation and parole, and corrections.

You will find the course requirements below to complete a minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice at Saint Louis University.

Course # Course Title Credit hours
Core Requirements
1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice
2000 Research Methods in CCJ 3
2150 Criminology: The Nature of Crime  3
3200 Ethics in Criminal Justice 3
Total required 12
CCJ Systems: Select one
2200 Law Enforcement 3
2250 Introduction to Corrections 3
3100 Juvenile Justice 3
3250 Community Corrections 3
4050 Criminal Law and Procedure 3
Total required 3
Nature of Crime: Select one
3050 Juvenile Delinquency 3
3150 Contemporary Theories of Crime 3
3300 Corporate and White Collar Crime 3
3350 Understanding Serial Killers 3
3400 Victimology and Victimization 3
3500 Race and Crime 3
3550 The Science of Evil 3
3600 Mental Health and Crime 3
Total required 3
Human Justice: Select one
2050 Multiculturalism for the CJ Professional   3
3500 Race and Crime 3
3550 The Science of Evil 3
3600 Mental Health and Crime 3
4010 CCJ Externship 3
Total required 3
For CCJ Minor, total required 21

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Amelia Blanton, MTS
School of Social Work, Administrative Assistant

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