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BS in Criminal Justice 1
BS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE Required Upper Division Core Courses (24 Units)
CRJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
2
3
Units required for Major: 60 2
CRJ 102 Crime And Punishment 3
Total units required for BS: 120
CRJ 121 The Structure and Function of the American Courts 3
Program Description
2
2
CRJ 123 Law of Arrest, Search and Seizure 3
Criminal Justice encompasses multidisciplinary examinations of crime, 2
crime control, the justice process, and justice institutions. The discipline CRJ 130 Fundamentals of Corrections 3
2
addresses definitions, causation, prevention, investigation, legal process, CRJ 141 Police and Society 3
2
treatment, rehabilitation, and research relating to crime and justice as CRJ 160 Justice and Public Safety Administration 3
well as the institutions of the justice system and their administration. CRJ 190 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice 
1,2
3
The Criminal Justice program at Sacramento State is one of the most Upper Division Electives (24 Units)
3
highly sought after programs in Northern California. Due to the large Select 24 units from the following: 24
number of applications, the program is now officially impacted. Students Criminal Justice Administration
wishing to become Criminal Justice majors must complete a series of CRJ 142 Police Administration
2
required lower division courses and then must apply for admission to the 2
CRJ 144 Contemporary Issues in Police Administration
program. It is highly recommended that interested students speak with a 2
Criminal Justice advisor as soon as possible. CRJ 163 Leadership in Criminal Justice and Public Safety
2
CRJ 165 Planning for Justice and Public Safety
Pre-Requisite Requirements CRJ 168 Justice and Public Safety Information Systems
2
2
To become a Criminal Justice major, the student must first have CRJ 172 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
successfully completed the following courses or their equivalent with a Investigation
grade of "C" or better: 2
CRJ 152 Interviewing and Detection of Deception
2
CRJ 153 Advanced Criminal Investigation
Code Title Units 2
CRJ 154 Introduction to Physical Evidence
CRJ 1 Introduction to Criminal Justice and Society 3 2
CRJ 156 Introduction to Crime and Intelligence Analysis
CRJ 2 Law of Crimes 3
Corrections
CRJ 4 General Investigative Techniques 3 2
CRJ 131 Correctional Institutions
CRJ 5 The Community and the Justice System 3 2
CRJ 134 Community Based Corrections
2
Students who wish to become a Criminal Justice minor must contact the CRJ 136 Corrections Administration
Division of Criminal Justice. Offenses and Offenders
2
Most upper division Criminal Justice courses are restricted to Criminal CRJ 105 Delinquency, Prevention and Control
2
Justice majors or minors or permission of instructor. Students interested CRJ 106 Analysis of Career Criminals
2
in Criminal Justice majors or minors are encouraged to contact the CRJ 108 Domestic Crime and Violence
Criminal Justice Student Advising Center. CRJ 112 Gangs and Threat Groups in America
Criminal Justice majors are assigned a faculty advisor at the time they CRJ 114 Sexual Offenses and Offenders
are approved for admission into the major. Majors must meet with CRJ 115 Violence and Terrorism
their assigned faculty advisor during their first semester. Advising CRJ 116 Restorative Justice and Conflict Resolution
appointments are scheduled in the Criminal Justice Office Alpine Hall CRJ 117 American Criminal Justice and Minority Groups 
137

CRJ 118 Drug Abuse and Criminal Behavior
Minimum Grade Requirement CRJ 151
Law
White Collar Crime
Students majoring in Criminal Justice must achieve a "C" grade or better 2
CRJ 125 Law of Responsibility
in each lower division and a "C-" or better in each upper division course 2
applied to the major and a GPA of at least 2.0 ("C") for all upper division CRJ 126 Law of Evidence
2
required courses applied to the major. CRJ 127 Juvenile Law
2
CRJ 128 Administrative Law for Public Safety Personnel
Program Requirements Additional Courses
2
Code Title Units CRJ 109 Media, Crime, and Criminal Justice
Required Lower Division Courses (12 Units) CRJ 111 Women and the Criminal Justice System
1 2
CRJ 1 Introduction to Criminal Justice and Society 3 CRJ 172 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
CRJ 2 Law of Crimes 3 CRJ 174 Criminal Justice Systems of the Future
2
CRJ 4 General Investigative Techniques 3 CRJ 176 Security Systems
2
CRJ 5 The Community and the Justice System 3 CRJ 191 Topics in Criminal Justice Administration
2 BS in Criminal Justice
2,4 1
CRJ 195 Internship PSYC 137 Stress Management
2
CRJ 196 Experimental Offerings in Criminal Justice PSYC 145 Social Psychology
4
CRJ 198 Co-Curricular Activities PSYC 149 Psychology of Adolescence
2,4
CRJ 199 Special Problems PSYC 151 Psychological Aspects of Death and Dying
Supporting Courses PSYC 168 Abnormal Psychology
ACCY 161 Government and Nonprofit Accounting RPTA 152 Law Enforcement for Forest and Park Rangers
1
ANTH 101 Cultural Diversity  SOC 101 Introduction to Statistics for Sociologists
ANTH 144 Contemporary American Culture in Anthropological SOC 102 Research Methods in Sociology
Perspective 1
SOC 120 Ethnic and Race Relations 
ANTH 163 Urban Anthropology SOC 130 Political Sociology
1
ANTH 166 Rise of Religious Cults SOC 136 Social Movements
1 1
ANTH 183 Women Cross-Culturally SOC 155 Criminology
1 1
ANTH 186 Culture and Poverty   SOC 156 Delinquency
COMS 116 Intercultural Communication SOC 157 Issues in Courts and Prisons
CSC 114 Digital Evidence and Computer Crime SOC 158 Sociology of Deviance
CSC 115 Internet Security 1
SOC 162 Middle Eastern Societies and Culture
CSC 116 Cyber Forensics SWRK 102 Crosscultural Theory and Practice: Issues of Race,
1 1
ENGL 120P Professional Writing  Gender and Class 
ENGL 120S Writing in the Social Sciences SWRK 118 Chemical Dependency and Social Work Practice
1 1
ETHN 100 Ethnic America   SWRK 126 Theories of Criminal Behavior 
1 1
ETHN 110 The Asian American Experience SWRK 134 Crimes Without Victims
1
ETHN 117 Black Political Thought SWRK 136 Poverty and Homelessness in America
1
ETHN 130 Chicano/Mexican-American Experience SWRK 137 The Child and the Law
ETHN 131 La Raza Studies  SWRK 138 Violence In The Family
1 1
ETHN 136 US Mexican Border Relations WOMS 139
1
ETHN 140 Native American Experience Total Units 60
1
ETHN 155 Genocide and Holocaust Studies 1
1 Course also satisfies General Education (GE)/Graduation
ETHN 170 Pan African Studies
Requirement

ETHN 173 The Black Family in the United States 2
Prerequisite: Restricted to declared majors and minors or instructor
GEOG 109 Geographic Information Systems permission

GOVT 120A 3
Students will collaborate with their Criminal Justice advisor to
GOVT 120B develop a plan of electives that reflects the student’s academic
GOVT 122 and professional interests. Electives must be drawn from at least
GOVT 155 two of the listed “Areas of Interest,” of which one must be from
1 the “Supporting Courses” area. The Writing Intensive graduation
GOVT 165
requirement may be completed in the major. An approved minor may
GOVT 170
1
be substituted for up to 12 units of the major elective courses and
GOVT 180 fulfills the requirement for selection of a course from the “Supporting
1
HIST 162 Social History of the United States Courses”

1 4
HIST 163 The City in US History No more than 6 units of Credit/No Credit courses will be allowed
HIST 177 The African-American Experience, 1603-Present  toward completion of the degree

1
General Education Requirements
1
1
PHIL 101 Ethics and Social Issues 
1
PHIL 102 Professional and Public Service Ethics Code Title Units
1
PHIL 122 Political Philosophy Area A: Basic Subjects (9 Units)
PHIL 155 Philosophy Of Law A1 - Oral Communication 3
PHIL 160 Deductive Logic II A2 - Written Communication 3
PSYC 100 Cross-Cultural Psychology A3 - Critical Thinking 3
PSYC 103 Perception Area B: Physical Universe and Its Life Forms (13 Units)
PSYC 108 Organizational Psychology B1 - Physical Science 3
PSYC 110 Cognitive Psychology B2 - Life Forms 3
PSYC 130 Personality Theories B3 - Lab (Note: Lab experience to be taken with one of the following: 1
1 B1, B2 or B5
PSYC 135 Psychology of Multicultural Groups 
BS in Criminal Justice 3
3
B4 - Math Concepts 3 If not satisfied before entering Sacramento State, it may be satisfied
B5 - Additional Course (Any B to reach 12 units) - Take upper-division 3 in General Education Area C2 (Humanities). "C- or better required."
course to complete Area & upper division requirements. The alternative methods for satisfying the Foreign Language
Proficiency Requirement are described here: https://www.csus.edu/
Area C: Arts and Humanities (12 Units)
college/arts-letters/world-languages-literatures/foreign-language-
C1 - Arts 3
requirement.html
C2 - Humanities 3
C1/C2 - Area Course C 3
C1/C2 - Area C Course - Take upper-division course to complete Area 3
& upper division requirements

Area D: The Individual and Society (9 Units)
Area D Course 3
Area D Course 3
2
Area D Course 0
Area D Course - Take upper-division course to complete Area & upper 3
division requirements

Area E: Understanding Personal Development (3 Units)
Area E Course 3
Total Units 46
1
To help you complete your degree in a timely manner and not
take more units than absolutely necessary, there are ways to use
single courses to meet more than one requirement (overlap). For
further information, please visit the General Education page (http://
catalog.csus.edu/colleges/academic-affairs/general-education/)

Note: There is no way to list all possible overlaps so please consult
with a professional advisor. The Academic Advising Center can be
visited online (http://www.csus.edu/acad/), by phone (916) 278-1000,
or email ([email protected])

2
Required in Major; also satisfies GE

1
Graduation Requirements
Code Title Units
Graduation Requirements (required by CSU) (6 Units)
American Institutions: U.S. History 3
American Institutions: U.S. Constitution & CA Government 3
2
Writing Intensive (WI) 0
Graduation Requirements (required by Sacramento State) (12 Units)
English Composition II 3
Race and Ethnicity in American Society (RE) 3
3
Foreign Language Proficiency Requirement 6
1
To help you complete your degree in a timely manner and not
take more units than absolutely necessary, there are ways to use
single courses to meet more than one requirement (overlap). For
further information, please visit the General Education page (http://
catalog.csus.edu/colleges/academic-affairs/general-education/)

Note: There is no way to list all possible overlaps so please consult
with a professional advisor. The Academic Advising Center can be
visited online (http://www.csus.edu/acad/), by phone (916) 278-1000,
or email ([email protected])

2
Required in Major; also satisfies Graduation Requirement

BS in Criminal Justice 3 B3 - Lab (Note: Lab experience to be taken with one of the following: B1, B2 or B5 1 B4 - Math Concepts 3 B5 - Additional Course (Any B to reach 12 units) - …

131 rows · Students majoring in Criminal Justice must achieve a "C" grade or better in each lower division and a "C-" or better in each upper division course applied to the major and a GPA of at least 2.0 ("C") for all upper division required courses applied to the major. Program Requirements General Education Requirements 1 Graduation Requirements 1

The Criminal Justice program at Sacramento State is one of the most highly sought after programs in Northern California. Due to the large number of applications, the program is now officially impacted. Students wishing to become Criminal Justice majors must complete a series of required lower division courses and then must apply for admission ...

Contact Information Ernest Uwazie, Division Chair Criminal Justice Business Office, Alpine Hall 137 (916) 278-6487 Destiny Effiong, Coordinator of Criminal Justice Advising Center Alpine Hall 133 (916) 278-6485 Division of Criminal Justice Website Faculty BOGAZIANOS, DIMITRI CROISDALE, TIM ESCOBAR, SUE FARMER, YVETTE FOX, NICOLE GETTY, RYAN

To become a criminal justice major, the student must first have successfully completed the following courses or their equivalent with a grade of "c" or better: code title units crj 1 introduction to criminal justice and society 3 crj 2 law of crimes 3 crj 4 general investigative techniques 3 crj 5 the community and the justice system 3 students …

In Criminal Justice majors or minors are encouraged to contact the Criminal Justice Student Advising Center. Criminal Justice majors are assigned a faculty advisor at the time they are approved for admission into the major. Majors must meet with their assigned faculty advisor during their first semester. Advising appointments are scheduled in ...

Columbus State's Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice program helps students develop a real-world perspective on crime and the U.S. legal system. Our curriculum emphasizes criminology and corrections theory, victimology, investigative methods, …

The total number of units required for the Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice is 120 units, of which 60 units are in the major. Consult with an advisor for the specific number of units required in all areas of the degree including GE …

BS in Criminal Justice Next Start October 2022 Format Online Total Credits 180 Price per Credit $470 Seek Justice for All Individuals The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice combines aspects of public and business administration with the context and practice of justice.

Return to: 2105 Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Program Academic Regulations. The Department has two academic concentrations: Crime and Justice or Legal Studies. The Crime and Justice concentration provides a traditional curriculum for criminal justice majors, while the Legal Studies concentration is designed for criminal justice majors …

Frequently Asked Questions

Is sacramento state universitys criminal justice program impacted?

The Criminal Justice program at Sacramento State is one of the most highly sought-after programs in Northern California. Due to the large number of applications, the program is now officially impacted.

What kind of courses does the division of criminal justice offer?

Criminal Justice: The Division of Criminal Justice includes three law courses in its core curriculum and offers the option of additional law and constitutional theory courses among its electives. The department offers intern placements in law related positions.

What gpa do you need to major in criminal justice?

Students majoring in Criminal Justice must achieve a "C" grade or better in each lower division and a "C-" or better in each upper division course applied to the major and a GPA of at least 2.0 ("C") for all upper division required courses applied to the major. Course also satisfies General Education (GE)/Graduation Requirement.

What is crime and justice studies?

The discipline addresses definitions, causation, prevention, investigation, legal process, treatment, rehabilitation, and research relating to crime and justice as well as the institutions of the justice system and their administration. The comprehensive program at Sacramento State covers every aspect of the field.

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