Track A: Crime and Criminology
In the Crime and Criminology track, students focus attention on the nature, causes and solutions for the crime problem at the national level. While the primary focus is on the United States, comparisons are also made to other countries. It would be appropriate to choose this track for those interested in careers in criminal justice policy making and research, graduate study in the justice field, law enforcement, the courts (including the practice of criminal law), or corrections.
All Students in Track A must take:
JUST 210 Crime and Criminal Justice
JUST 212. Theories of Crime and Criminal Justice.
PLEASE NOTE ALSO: JUST 301 Special Topic courses and JUST 401 Internships must be relevant to the track you are in.
Click here to see the catalog course selections. Please note that not all JUST courses are offered every semester(scroll down the page for Track A selections)