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Criminal Justice and Criminology
The student who minors in Criminal Justice will learn about the various components and activities of our system of justice, such as the police, courts, corrections, and juvenile justice. A minor in Criminal Justice will be useful to any student desiring knowledge of how our American system of justice works.
The minor in Criminal Justice and Criminology requires 18 credits of coursework in criminal justice (CRM J), including CRM J 101. 9 credits must be taken at the 300-400 level and taken in residence at WSU or through WSU-approved education abroad or educational exchange courses. All coursework with the exception of CRM J 490 and 499 must be graded. CRM J 499 may not be applied toward the minor unless approved in advance by department. Interested students should contact the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology for details.