Minor in Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice is one of the most popular programs at many colleges and universities across the country. With its dual commitment to the integration of critical analysis and applied knowledge, Eastern University’s liberal arts-based criminal justice program prepares students for law school and graduate study as well as for a significant number of career options. These include: law enforcement, advocacy, community organizing, policy and planning, public service, ministry, and others.
The minor in criminal justice consists of 18 credit hours: SOC100 or SOC105, CMJ105, three other criminal justice courses, plus one of the following sociology courses: 312, 315, 340, 370, and 373.