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					University of Indianapolis – College of Arts & Sciences                                 CRIM
Curriculum Guide for Criminal Justice Major (CRIM),
Concentrations in Law Enforcement (LAW), or Corrections (CORR)
Bachelor of Science                                                                   updated 05/11


CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORE COURSES

     CRIM    110    Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)
     SOC     220    Racial and Ethnic Relations (3)
     CRIM    250    Gender Issues in Law and Society (3)
     CRIM    230    Criminal Law (3)
     CRIM    310    Juvenile Delinquency (3)
     SOC     330    Introduction to Social Research (3)
     CRIM    410    Criminology (3)

  SELECT TWO:
     SOC     101     Principles of Sociology (3)
     SOWK    110     Field of Social Work (3)
   SOC      103     Social Problems

ONE CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONCENTRATION IS REQUIRED


CORRECTIONS CONCENTRATION (CORR)

      CRIM    120    Trends in Corrections (3)
      CRIM    240    Constitutional Rights of Inmates (3)
      CRIM    330    Custody and Treatment (3)
      CRIM    425   Law and Society (3)
      CRIM    355    Internship (4-8)

  SELECT ONE:
     CRIM    121    Service Learning Lab (1) (optional co-requisite to CRIM 120)
     CRIM    331     Service Learning Lab (1) (optional co-requisite to CRIM 330)


LAW ENFORCEMENT CONCENTRATION (LAW)

   CRIM      210    Criminal Investigation (3)
   CRIM      220    Criminal Evidence (3)
   CRIM      340    Police Administration and Management (3)

  SELECT ONE:
   SOC      225     Community: Learning and Serving (3) or
   SOC      315     Urban and Community Sociology (3)

  SELECT ONE:
   CRIM      420    ILEA Academy Internship (12) or
   CRIM     XXX     9 hours of appropriate electives (9)




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NOTE: A grade of C- (1.7 on a 4.0 scale) or higher is required in all courses applying toward the Criminal Justice
Major.

The Bachelor of Science Degree requires a minimum of 124 hours.

This program may require attendance in both day and extended programs (evening) classes.

See the College of Arts & Sciences General Education Core Guide/Bachelor of Science for additional course
requirements.




    REMEMBER: If you have any questions about the Law Enforcement Major requirements, contact a
    faculty advisor from the Social Sciences Department (Main Office: 788-3535, Good Hall, Room 216) or
    Krista Swisher, Key Advisor for the College of Arts & Sciences (788-3391, Esch Hall, Room 233).
    Courses and requirements sometimes change so keep in contact with your advisor.

				
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