Division of Politics, Administration, and JusticeCollege of Humanities and Social SciencesGordon Hall-511 (formerly known as University Hall)800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, CA 92831 / T 657-278-3521 /F 657-278-3524 / Criminal Justice Major,Welcome to the Division of Politics, Administration, and Justice at Cal State Fullerton! Many of you havechosen Criminal Justice as a major because of a strong interest in the causes, consequences, and control ofcrime and in pursuing a criminal justice-related career (e.g. law enforcement, corrections, law, victimservices ) or in continuing to professional or graduate school. Your aspirations require you to set highexpectations for yourself and to embrace the journey as you discover your passion and pursue yourdreams! Make the effort to engage with department faculty when you have questions about course contentor your path to graduation. Also, give yourself the best opportunity to graduate and to reach your careergoals by making good choices about how you spend your time, engaging in meaningful internship/research/volunteer opportunities related to your career, and taking advantage of the resources that are herefor you at CSUF (e.g. the Career Center, the Academic Advising Center, the HSS Student Success Team,Supplemental Instruction, and Faculty Advisors – see the last few pages of this handbook).This handbook is intended to help you navigate the requirements for your bachelor’s degree in criminaljustice. Please review its contents and make it part of your permanent records (keep it so you canreference it throughout your time at CSUF).All students are highly encouraged to meet with a major advisor at least once per year every year, andmore often as you get closer to graduation or have any specific questions about your progress and/or whichcourses to take. Please bring a current copy of your Titan Degree Audit when attending academic advisingsessions. In addition, we recommend that you establish a strong relationship with at least one of yourprofessors so that you have someone whom you know well and who can write letters of recommendationfor you when needed.If you need additional assistance at any time, please stop by the Department office (GH 511) or [email protected] to ask for help. We look forward to meeting you and working with you.Sincerely,Christie GardinerMatt JarvisMatt Jarvis, Ph.D.Associate Professor and ChairDivision of Politics, Administration, and JusticeChristie Gardiner, Ph.D.Associate Professor and CoordinatorDepartment of Criminal JusticeTHE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITYBakersfield / Channel Islands / Chico / Dominguez Hills / East Bay / Fresno / Fullerton / Humboldt / Long Beach / Los Angeles / Maritime AcademyMonterey Bay / Northridge / Pomona / Sacramento / San Bernardino / San Diego / San Francisco / San Jose / San Luis Obispo / San Marcos / Sonoma / Stanislaus


A Snapshot of Select Careers in Criminal JusticeCareers in Law EnforcementAir Safety Investigator – ATF Agent – Border Patrol Agent – Campus Police Officer – CIA Agent– City Police Officer – Crime Scene Investigator – Customs Inspector – Deputy Sheriff – Detective– DEA Agent – Dispatcher – Environmental Conservation Officer – Federal Air Marshall – FBIAgent – Fish and Game Warden – Highway Patrol Officer – ICE Agent – Inspector General – IRSCriminal Investigator – Labor and Pension Compliance Investigator – Military Officer – NationalParks Police Officer – Postal Inspector – Secret Service Agent – U.S. MarshallCareers in the CourtsAttorney – Bailiff – Child and Youth Court Counselor – Crisis Counselor – Court Administrator –Court Clerk – Court Reporter – Judge – Law Librarian – Mediator – Paralegal – Victim AdvocateCareers in CorrectionsClassification and Treatment Director – Clinical Psychologist – Community Service Coordinator –Corrections Facilities Manager – Correctional Treatment Specialist – Corrections Officer –Detention Deputy – Halfway House Manager – Juvenile Justice Counselor – Juvenile ProbationOfficer – Parole Officer – Probation Officer – Pre–release Employment Counselor – SubstanceAbuse Specialist – Teacher – Vocational Counselor – WardenOther Criminal Justice CareersArson Specialist – Ballistics Specialist – Document Specialist – Child Support Agency Worker –Crime Analyst – Criminologist – Non-profit Organization Advocate – Polygraph Specialist –Private Investigator – Private Security Firm Director or Worker – Professor – Security IntelligenceAnalyst – Social WorkerRecommended Skills & Abilities for Criminal Justice Practitioners Written & oral communication skillsCritical thinking skillsProblem solving skillsInterviewing skillsComputer literacy and technological skillsSkills in research and scientific methodologyAbility to work cooperativelyAbility to make tough decisionsAbility to maintain moral & ethical standardsAbility to stay open-minded & consider diversity in perceptions and perspectivesLast Revised 3/18/20191

BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICEA. CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (39 units)Catalog years: 2013 to presentI.Criminal Justice courses including: Core Courses (21 units) Upper Division Criminal Justice Electives (15 units) 9 of these 15 units must be at the 400 level (catalog year:2018 to present)II.Upper Division Writing Requirement (3 units): ENG 301 or ENG 365III.Must earn a “C” or better and have a cumulative 2.0 GPA in all majorclassesB. UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTSCatalog Years LATER than Fall 2018: CRJU courses can double-count towardsGE requirements. CRJU majors will satisfy D.1 and D.4 through CRJU 100 andCRJU 300, respectively, and do not need additional courses in these categories.CRJU majors in these catalog years will need an additional 42-43 units of GE.Please consult education/index.php formore information.III.General Education Courses (see University Catalog or AcademicAdvisement Center Web site 48 units required. Some core CRJU courses count for GE area #D.1 and D.4(D.5 in pre fall 2018 catalog). Total remaining GE units (3948 units)IV.Upper Division Writing Requirement (3 units; same class as A.II. above)V.Additional Units (to reach a total of 120 units) Last Revised 3/18/2019We recommend you add a second major or a minor2

BACHELOR’S DEGREE REQUIREMENTSTo track your progress in fulfilling the following requirements access your Titan Degree Audit( Portal login Student Academics TITAN degree audit).A. Major requirements: 39 units of Criminal Justice courses (minimum grade of C in each course), including:o Criminal Justice core courses (21 units)o Criminal Justice electives (15 units) 9 of the 15 units of upper division electives must be at the 400-level (catalog year:2018 to present)o Upper Division Writing (ENGL 301, ENGL 365) (3 units) Minimum GPA of 2.0 in all attempted Criminal Justice coursesB. University requirements: General education requirements (at least 48 GE units) including:o At least 9 units of upper division GE (300-400 level courses). Three units must come fromGE areas B.5, C.4, and D.4.o At least 9 units of GE taken from a CSUo At least 3 units of Cultural Diversity courseworko G.E. approved CRJU courses may be used to fulfill G.E. requirementso Complete at least 40 units of upper division coursework (300 and 400 level). Complete at least 30 units at CSUFo At least 9 units must be GE courseso At least 24 of the 30 units must be upper divisiono At least 12 of the 24 upper division units must be in your major No more than 36 “credit/no credit” units No more than 24 units taken through Extended Education No more than 9 units of internship (495 courses in any department) No more than 4 units of reading skills courses Satisfy the University upper-division writing requirement (same as major) (minimum grade of C) Apply for a graduation check once 85 units are earned, or approximately one year (twosemesters) before graduation.o In Titan Online, choose “Graduation: Apply/Pay Fee” from the dropdown menu inyour Student Center.o Be careful to choose the correct anticipated graduation term; choosing an incorrect term canhave negative consequences on advising, enrollment, and financial aid. If you are unsureabout what is a realistic graduation date, discuss with your adviser or the HSS GraduationSpecialist (see last page of this Handbook) before applying for the grad check.o To advance to “Candidate” status, your grad check must be approved by the Criminal JusticeDepartment and you must pay a 115 graduation fee to CSUF. Complete information aboutthe graduation check process for undergraduates is available at Current Students Apply for Graduationo To “walk” in the commencement ceremonies in May of a given calendar year, students musthave graduated the previous Fall (which has a January graduation date), or be graduating inSpring or Summer of that calendar year. Finish with at least at 2.0 (C) grade point average in all courses at CSU Fullerton and elsewhere. Complete at least 120 total units for your degree.Last Revised 3/18/20193

CSUF Undergraduate Repeat Policy and Withdrawal PolicyStudents can check their “Repeated” or “W” units at CSUF by choosing “Withdrawals/Repeats”in the dropdown menu of their Student Center in Titan Online.CSUF Repeat policy A student can repeat a maximum of 16 units at CSUF (for the entire CSUF record) with“Grade forgiveness.” Grade forgiveness means that the GPA calculation is adjusted toremove the effect of the initial grade, and the GPA will include only the repeated grade (butBOTH grades remain listed on transcripts). Grade forgiveness is applied to the first 16 unitsthat a student repeats at CSUF. A student can repeat a maximum of 12 units at CSUF (from Fall 2009 onward) with “Gradesaveraged.” Grades averaged means that the GPA calculation includes the grades of both theinitial attempt and the repeat of the class (and BOTH grades remain listed on transcripts). A single class may be taken a maximum of 3 times. (Does not apply to classes notedin the University Catalog “may be repeated for credit.) The “Repeat policy” is applied automatically at the end of each term. Petitions to exceed the repeated unit limits can be filed at the Admissions and Records Office,but are rarely granted. For the College of HSS, students must have a letter of support from theDepartment Chair. Detailed FAQ on the CSUF repeat policy can be found by scrolling down to “REPEATPOLICY- Undergraduate” and clicking on the “frequently asked questions” link nt/regulations.phpCSUF Withdrawal policy An undergraduate student can have a maximum of 18 “W” (Withdrawal) units at CSUF,from Fall 2009 onward.o During the first 2 weeks of class, drop via Titan Online (no “W” on transcript); after 2weeks, a “Request for Withdrawal” form (from Admissions and Records) must be signedby instructor and Department to withdraw with “W”.o After 2 weeks and prior to the last 3 weeks of instruction, withdrawals with a “W” arepossible only for documented serious and compelling reasons.o During the final 3 weeks of instruction, a complete withdrawal (from all classes)may be allowed only in cases of a documented serious accident or illness.o Petitions for Retroactive Withdrawals can only be filed for courses with WU(Withdrawal Unauthorized) and NC (No Credit) grades. Detailed information on withdrawals can be found in the registration guide for thesemester in which you are enrolled on the Admissions and Records dent/registration.php).Last Revised 3/18/20194

Academic Probation and Disqualification Undergraduate students are placed on academic probation when their CSUF grade pointaverage (GPA) or Cumulative GPA (GPA for all college work attempted) falls below 2.0(a “C” average). Criminal Justice majors on academic probation have a hold placed by the College ofHumanities and Social Sciences (HSS) and must be advised by a member of the HSSStudent Success team (see below) to release this hold. The HSS Probation hold isSEPARATE from the Criminal Justice department advising hold; students on Probationmust also attend Criminal Justice advising during the advising period to release theirCriminal Justice hold. Undergraduates on academic probation are subject to disqualification if their CSUF orcumulative GPA falls below the following levels:Class LevelSeniorsJuniorsSophomoresFreshmenUnits90 or more60 - 8930 - 590 - 29GPA Level1.951.851.701.50For example, if you are junior on probation (60-89 units) and your GPA falls below 1.85 at theend of the semester, you will be dismissed from the university. Online resources for students on probation and disqualification:o success team/probation.aspxo GPA calculator to help you determine your GPA (before and after grade /gpa calculator.php Tutoring and other campus resources are listed on the last page of this handbook.Students with a Probation Hold from the College of HSS must complete an AcademicSuccess Contract and meet with one of the following members of the HSS Student SuccessTeam ([email protected]; 657-278-2594; H-112) to release their hold:Julie Vartanian [email protected] orNatalie Mena [email protected] Freshmen/Sophomore students with an advising hold; Probation and GE advising; Interventions for at-riskstudentsStudents must also meet with the CRJU Academic Probation Advisor to release the CRJU hold:- Prof. Phillip Kopp, Ph.D. (GH 533) [email protected] Revised 3/18/20195

THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJORI. Criminal Justice courses (39 units), including:A. Criminal Justice Core Courses (21 units)Criminal Justice is the study of the causes, consequences, and control ofcrime. Core courses provide a solid basis for understanding criminalbehavior as well as the criminal justice system. The Core is composed ofseven courses:CRJU 100CRJU 300CRJU 310ACRJU 315CRJU 330CRJU 340CRJU 345Introduction to Crime, Law, and JusticeFoundations of Criminal JusticeCriminal Law - SubstantivePolicingTheories of Crime and DelinquencyCriminal Justice Research MethodsCorrectionsB. Upper Division CJ Electives (15 units; 9 of which must be 400-level)The major requires a minimum of 15 upper-division Criminal Justice electiveunits, including at least 9 units of 400-level criminal justice electives (forstudents who entered in/after fall 2018). All 300- and 400- level CRJU coursesnot listed above as core are considered electives.II. Upper Division Writing (3 units; chose one below)ENGL 301ENGL 365Advanced College WritingLegal Writing**Recommended for students planning to attend law school.IMPORTANT: CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJORS MUST ACHIEVE A “C” (2.0) OR BETTERIN ALL 13 COURSES IN THE CURRICULUM (C- DOES NOT COUNT) AND EARN AMINIMUM 2.0 GPA IN THE MAJOR TO COMPLETE THEIR BACHELOR’S DEGREE.Last Revised 3/18/20196

CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPARTMENTSTUDENT STATUS FORMImportant: IN ORDER TO EARN A BACHELOR’S DEGREE (OR MINOR) IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE, STUDENTS MUSTEARN A GRADE OF “C” OR HIGHER (C- DOES NOT COUNT) IN ALL REQUIRED COURSES.Core Curriculum (21 units)CRJU 100Introduction to Crime, Law & JusticeCRJU 300Foundations of Criminal JusticeCRJU 310ACriminal Law: SubstantiveCRJU 315PolicingCRJU 330Theories of Crime and DelinquencyCRJU 340CJ Research MethodologyCRJU 345CorrectionsElectives (15 Units, incl. 9 units at the 400 level)CRJU 303Controlling CrimeCRJU 304Criminal CourtsCRJU 320Intro to Public Management and PolicyCRJU 322Leadership for Public ServiceCRJU 325Juvenile Justice AdministrationCRJU 327Victims of CrimeCRJU 360Comparative & International CJ SystemsCRJU 370Sex, Crime, and CultureCRJU 385Minorities & the Criminal Justice SystemCRJU 404Capital PunishmentCRJU 405Criminal Justice PolicyCRJU 406Crime & Popular CultureCRJU 415Policing the CityCRJU 420Drugs and CrimeCRJU 422Public Personnel AdministrationCRJU 430Women and CrimeCRJU 435Civil DisobedienceCRJU 440Correctional RehabilitationCRJU 445White Collar CrimeCRJU 455Gangs & the Criminal Justice SystemCRJU 459Crime & Justice at the US-Mexico BorderCRJU 471Moot CourtCRJU 474Civil LibertiesCRJU 475T* Various Topics in Admin. of JusticeCRJU 478Animals, Law, & SocietyCRJU 485Search, Seizure & Interrogation ICRJU 486Search, Seizure & Interrogation IICRJU 491Applied Policy ResearchCRJU 492*Pre-law InternshipCRJU 495*Criminal Justice InternshipCRJU 499*Independent Study (1, 2, or 3 units)Upper Division Writing Requirement (3 Units)ENG 301Advanced College WritingENG 365Legal Writing*Students can take multiple 475T classes as long as they are different topics, up to 6 units of internship courses, and up to 6 units ofindependent study. See pages 18-19 for more information about internships and independent study.7Last Revised 3/18/2019

PLANNING YOUR COURSEWORKMany CSUF students work and/or have family commitments, long drives to CSUF and back, as well asother important obligations that take up their time. To be successful as a criminal justice major, werecommend the following based on a 60-hour workweek (school commitments) and the need to study25 – 35 hours per week. Keep in mind that lecture classes generally meet for 3 hours per week. Everyweek, you should spend 2-3 hours studying for every unit of lecture (3 unit class 6 hours studyingoutside of class) 15 units 15 hours in class 30-45 hours studying 45-60 hours spent on school).Hours Dedicated to Outside Obligations(Work/Family/Commuting) Per Week0–910 – 1920 – 2930 – 39Recommended Maximum Number of UnitsPer Semester14 - 1613 – 149 – 126–9PLANNING TIME TO GRADUATIONIf you complete (take and pass):You will graduate in:30 units per year (15 per semester). 4 years24 units per year (12 per semester). 5 years18 units per year (9 per semester). 6 yearsTo reach your goal for graduation, you’ll need to balance your time, your course load, and make a planindicating how you will fulfill all of your degree requirements. When making this plan, consider howmuch you need to work, how much time you need to be successful in your courses (for most this meansgetting A’s and B’s; not C’s), and the consequences of how you arrange your schedule. Use one of thematrices on the following pages to plan your college coursework.TO BE A SUCC ESSFU L TITANSTUDY 25 - 35Criminal Justice Major AdvisingHave questions? We’ve got you covered! We offer general advising sessions throughout the year. In addition we offerwalk-in advising in GH-547. See adv.aspx for the current walk-in hours. Also,you may make an appointment with a faculty advisor by calling (657-278-3521) or visiting the PAJ office (GH-511).General Education Information & AdvisingPlease go to the Academic Advising Center home page ( for additionalinformation about GE requirements and a current list of GE courses. For questions about GEs, contact the HSSStudent Success Team in H-112 or the Academic Advising Center in GH-123B.Last Revised 3/18/20198

SAMPLE COURSE MATRIX FOR STUDENTS PLANNING TO GRADUATE IN 4 YEARSTHIS M ATRIX ASSUMES STUDENTS ARE COMMITTED TO COMPLETING 30 OR MORE UNITS PER YEAR ; This planis a sample only. It should not replace early and frequent consultation with an advisor as requirements aresubject to change and number of units each semester depends upon satisfactory performance and progress.Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4FallSpringFallSpringFallSpringFallSpringGE A.1 or A.2GE A.3CRJU 300GE A.1 or A.2Major-Core Major-Core CRJU elective CRJU elective(ENGL 101 OR(ENGL 101 or(CRJU 315, (CRJU 330,(300 level)(400 level)(Critical(GE D.4 &CHIC 102)CHIC 102)330, 345 ) 310A, 340.)Thinking)major)GE B.5GE B.1 & B.3GE B.4GE B.2 (LifeMajor-Core Major-Core CRJU elective CRJU elective(upper(Physical science (Math 120)(CRJU 315, (300 or 400(400 level)Science –(CRJU 315,division)& lab)Anthro 101)330, 345 ) 310A, 340 ) level)GE C.1(Intro to Arts)GE C.3(HIST 110A)ElectiveGE D.3(POSC 100)ENG 301 or GE EENG 365(upper div.)(major &Writing Req)GE C.2GE D. 2(Intro toHumanities)CRJU 100 (GE GE elective or ElectiveD.1 & major)CRJU 100 (GEor GE elective D.1 & major)GE C.4(upperdivision)Elective 2nd majoror minorElective 2nd majoror minorElective 2nd majoror minorTotal:15-16 unitsTotal:15 unitsTotal:15 unitsTotal:15 unitsTotal:15 unitsMajor-Core(CRJU 315,330, 345 )CRJU electiveor otherelectiveElective 2nd majoror minorTotal:15 unitsCRJU elective(400 level)Elective 2nd majoror minorElective Elective 2nd major or 2nd majoror minorminorElective Elective 2nd major2nd majoror minoror minorTotal:15 unitsTotal:15 units**Current University policy limits students to 18 units per semester, but students can petition to take 18 units.Blank Matrix for Planning PurposesYear 1FallYear 2SpringIntersessionSummerTotal:15 unitsTotal:15 unitsLast Revised 3/18/2019FallTotal:15 unitsYear 3SpringFallTotal:15 unitsTotal:15 units9Year 4SpringFallTotal:15 unitsTotal:15 unitsSpringTotal:15 units

SAMPLE COURSE MATRIX FOR STUDENTS PLANNING TO GRADUATE IN 5 YEARSTHIS M ATRIX ASSUMES STUDENTS ARE COMMITTED TO COMPLETING 24 OR MORE UNITS PER YEAR. Thisplan is a sample only. It should not replace early and frequent consultation with an advisor as req uirementsare subject to change and number of units each semester depends upon satisfactory performance & progress.Year 1FallYear 2SpringGE A.1 or GE A.1 orA.2 (ENGL A.2 (ENGL101 OR101 orCHIC 102) CHIC 102)GE B.1 & GE B.4B.3(Math 120)FallGE D.3CRJU 100(POSC 100) (GE D.1 &major)Total:13 unitsTotal:12 unitsCRJU 300(GE D.4& major)GE B.2Elective 2nd major(LifeScience) or minorGE C.3GE C.2(HIST 110A)GE C.1SpringGE A.3(CriticalThinking)Year 3FallMajorCore(CRJU315/345)MajorCore(CRJU330)ENG 301 or GE EENG 365(maj & WR)Year A)MajorCore(CRJU340)CRJUelective(300 level)GE B.5(upperdivision)Year ive(400 level) (400 level) (400 level)Elective - Elective CRJUelective 2nd major 2nd major(300 or or minor or minor400 level)Elective - Elective 2nd major 2nd majoror minor or minorElective 2nd majoror minorElective 2nd majoror minorElective - GE D. 22nd majoror minorGE C.4(upperdivision)Elective - Elective - Elective - Elective - Elective 2nd major 2nd major 2nd major 2nd major 2nd majoror minor or minor or minor or minor or minorTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 unitsBlank Matrix for Planning PurposesYear 1FallSpringIntersessionSummerTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 unitsLast Revised 3/18/2019FallTotal:12 unitsYear 2SpringTotal:12 unitsFallYear 3SpringTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 units10FallYear 4SpringTotal:12 unitsTotal:12 unitsFallTotal:12 unitsYear 5SpringTotal:12 units

SAMPLE MATRIX FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS PLANNING TO GRADUATE IN 2 YEARSTHIS M ATRIX ASSUMES STUDENTS ARE COMMITTED TO COMPLETING 30 OR MORE UNITS PER YEAR ;This plan is a sample only. It should not replace early and frequent consultation with an advisor asrequirements are subject to change and number of units each semester depends upon satisfactoryperformance and progress.Year 1Year 2FallCRJU 300 (GE D.4 &major)SpringFallMajor-Core (CRJU 330, CRJU elective (300310A, 340.)level)SpringCRJU elective (400level)Major-Core (CRJU 315,330, 345 )Major-Core (CRJU 315, CRJU elective (300 or CRJU elective (400310A, 340 )400 level)level)Major-Core (CRJU 315,330, 345 )Major-Core (CRJU 315, CRJU elective (400330, 345 )level)Upper Division GE –B.5 or C.4 (minor?)ENG 301 or ENG 365(major & Writing Req)Upper Division GE 2nd major or minorCRJU 100* (GE D.1 &major) or upperdivision GE electiveUpper Division GE –B.5 or C.4 (minor?)Elective -2nd majoror minorElective -2ndmajor or minorTotal: 15 unitsTotal: 15 unitsTotal: 15 unitsTotal: 15 unitsIntersessionSummerIntersessionSummerElective -2nd majoror minorElective -2ndmajor or minor* Most transfer students meet this requirement with a class from their CC. **Current Universitypolicy limits students to 18 units per semester, but students can petition to take 18 units.Blank Matrix for Planning PurposesYear 1FallYear 2SpringFallSpringTotal: 15 unitsTotal: 15 unitsTotal: 15 unitsTotal: 15 unitsIntersessionSummerIntersessionSummerLast Revised 3/18/201911

SAMPLE MATRIX FOR TRANFER STUDENTS PLANNING TO GRADUATE IN 3 YEARSTHIS M ATRIX ASSUMES STUDENTS ARE COMMITTED TO COMPLETING 24 OR MORE UNITS PER YEAR.This plan is a sample only. It should not replace early and frequent consultation with an advisor asrequirements are subject to change and number of units each semester depends upon satisfactoryperformance & progress.Year 1FallYear 2SpringFallYear 3SpringCRJU 300 (GED.4 & major)CRJU 100* (GEMajor-Core (CRJUD.1 & major) or 340)upper division GEMajor-Core (CRJU310A)Major-Core(CRJU 315)Major-Core (CRJU CRJU elective (300330)level)CRJU elective(300 or 400 level)Major-Core(CRJU 345)ENG 301 or ENG365 (maj & WR)Upper DivisionGE - B.5 or C.4(minor?)Total: 12 unitsFallSpringCRJU elective(400 level)CRJU elective (400level)Elective - 2ndmajor or minorCRJU elective (400level)Upper Division GE Elective - 2nd- B.5 or C.4major or minor(minor?)Upper DivisionGE - 2nd majoror minorElective - 2ndmajor or minorElective - 2ndmajor or minorElective - 2nd major Elective - 2ndor minormajor or minorElective - 2ndmajor or minorTotal: 12 unitsTotal: 12 unitsTotal: 12 unitsTotal: 12 unitsElective - 2nd majoror minorTotal: 12 units* Most transfer students meet this requirement with a class from their CC.Blank Matrix for Planning PurposesYear 1FallYear 2SpringFallYear 3SpringFallSpringTotal: 12 unitsTotal: 12 unitsTotal: 12 unitsTotal: 12 unitsTotal: 12 unitsTotal: 12 ionSummerLast Revised 3/18/201912

CRIMINAL JUSTICE MINORCRJU 300CRJU 310ACRJU 330Any three CRJU courses, core or electiveo Courses taken:COMPLEMENTARY MINORS ASSOCIATED WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICEMinorAfrican American StudiesAmerican StudiesAnthropologyAsian American StudiesAsian StudiesBusiness AdministrationCell & Molecular BiologyChemistryChicano StudiesChild & Adolescent DevelopmentComputer ScienceEconomicsGeographyHealth ScienceHistoryHuman CommunicationHuman ServicesInformation Systems (Business)Law, Politics, and SocietyForeign Languages (see MLL)PhilosophyPsychologyPublic AdministrationPublic PolicyPublic RelationsQueer StudiesSociologyWomen & Gender StudiesLast Revised 420AKHS-121H-815 FCP-400EC-479SMGH-1201GH-511H-835 AH-311H-830 M/LGH-511GH-511CP-400H-230CP-900H-23013Direct Career relevanceUnderstanding of society/diversityUnderstanding of societyCSIUnderstanding of society/diversityUnderstanding of society/diversityInvestigations (Accounting)CSICSIUnderstanding of society/diversityJuvenile delinquency, VictimsComputer Forensics, analytics, IT in CJInformed citizen, Life ManagementGIS, Crime AnalysisStress and Life ManagementUnderstanding of societyPublic Service, AnyPublic Service, Non-profit, VictimsComputer ForensicsLawFederal law enforcementLaw, Critical thinking and problem solvingUseful in most CJ jobs and lifePublic ServicePublic ServiceLEA/Public Agency communicationsUnderstanding of society/diversityUnderstanding of societyUnderstanding of society/diversity

MINORS FOR SPECIFIC CRIMINAL JUSTICE CAREERSFYI- some minor classes may count for GE, use this to your advantage! The information below is for g

College of Humanities and Social Sciences Gordon Hall-511 (formerly known as University Hall) . / Pomona / Sacramento / San Bernardino / San Diego / San Francisco / San Jose / San Luis Obispo / San Marcos / Sonoma / Stanislaus . . CRJU majors in these