The Justice Studies Department offers thirty credit hours of required and elective Criminal Justice courses online. Students who have earned an Associate of Arts (AA) in Criminal Justice can apply to complete these thirty hours and earn a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. A student must also satisfy institutional requirements including total hours, Essential Studies requirements, and upper division hours to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.

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Fall 2013

Class number Class name Credits
CJ 441 Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice 3
CJ 322 Juvenile Crime and Gangs 3

Spring 2014

Class number Class name Credits
CJ 431 Institutional Corrections 3
CJ 434 Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice 3
CJ 435 Drugs, Alcohol, and Crime 3

Fall 2014

Class number Class name Credits
CJ 336 Multicultural Issues in Criminal Justice 3
CJ 450 Topics in Forensic Studies 3

Fall 2015

Class number Class name Credits
CJ/LJ 433 Rules of Evidence 3
CJ 436/536 Seminar: Comparative Criminal Justice 3

Plus 3 hours from any of the following:**

Class number Class name Credits
CJ 390
OR
CJ 446
Internship in Criminal Justice

Cross-Cultural Studies/Justice Studies
3
Total 30-Hour*

**CJ 390, Internship in Criminal Justice, may be taken anytime within the two-year period. CJ 446, Cross-Cultural Studies/Justice Studies, may be taken during the spring semester only. Instructor’s permission and study abroad requirements must be satisfied before admission to course.