Minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice Description: The minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice allows students in other undergraduate programs at ASU to explore issues of crime, law and the criminal justice system. The minor provides students with the tools to analyze complex issues and policies within the criminal justice system, enhancing students’ ability to understand the nature of crime and the system response to law breaking. In addition to the three required courses, which provide a solid understanding of the field, each student will be able to select electives to meet his or her specific interests. Students should meet with a School of Criminology and Criminal Justice advisor prior to registration. The requirements for the minor include the following: Complete a minimum of eighteen (18) hours of coursework; A minimum of nine (9) hours for the minor must be taken in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at ASU; Earn a grade of “C” or better in each course; Required Courses Course Number Course Title Lower Division Upper Division CRJ 100 The Justice System 3 CRJ 230 The Police Function or 3 CRJ 240 The Correctional Function CRJ 260 Substantive Criminal Law 3 Three (3) additional upper division CRJ courses 9 must be selected from 300 and 400 level courses.