Criminal Justice (minor)
A criminal justice minor at Keystone College will provide the student with an overview of the criminal justice system.
A criminal justice minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits criminal justice and requires one 1000-level course and two 3000- and/or 4000-level courses. The remainder may be chosen from current discipline course offerings at any level and are determined by the student and academic advisor.
Criminal Justice Minor Course Options
The criminal justice minor does have specific course requirements as listed below:
- CJ 1115 – Introduction to Criminal Justice
- Two Criminal Justice courses at the 1000- or 2000-level
- Choose any three 3000- and/or 4000-level CJ courses
Possible substitutions for one criminal justice elective
- PSYC 3130 – Psychopathology
- PSYC 3145 – Forensic Psychology
- PSYC 3150 – Psychology of Trauma
Students may not minor in their major field of study and must declare their minors prior to registering for GRAD 2110 (graduation). Consult the program coordinator to determine if additional minors are available. The College does not guarantee the availability of all courses necessary for all minor options.