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Criminology

Minor in Criminology

The requirements for earning a Minor in Criminology are as follows:

  • Lower-Division CRIM requirements: CRIM 2, 20......................................................................6 units
  • Upper-Division CRIM requirement: CRIM 100..........................................................................3 units
  • Select from Upper-Division CRIM or FBS Courses................................................................12 units

                                                                                      

                    Total units for CRIM Minor: 21 units

Please note: 

  1. The Criminology Minor requires a 2.0 GPA and 6 upper-division units in residence.
  2. CRIM 101, 120, and FBS 153 may still be used to meet requirements for both General Education and the minor, for catalogs prior to the 1999-2000 General Catalog.

 

Minor in Forensic Behavioral Sciences

The requirements for earning a Minor in Forensic Behavioral Sciences are as follows:

  • Lower-Division CRIM requirements: CRIM 2 and 20................................................................6 units
  • Upper-Division FBS requirement: FBS 153..............................................................................3 units
  • Complete 12 units (four courses) of the following Upper-Division FBS Courses:

–    FBS 114, 154, 155, 156, 157, and/or 159T....................................................................12 units

 

                                                                                                     Total units for FBS Minor: 21 units

 

Please note: 

  1. The Forensic Behavioral Sciences Minor also requires a 2.5 GPA and 6 upper-division units in residence.
  2. FBS 153 may still be used to meet requirements for both General Education and the minor.
  3. This interdisciplinary minor is open to students in any academic discipline (with the exception of students majoring in Criminology or Forensic Behavioral Sciences) or chosen profession.

 

Adding a Minor

Students can add a minor only if they can complete both their major and the minor within 144 earned units. Students may declare a minor by completing the “Change of Major/Minor” form, receiving advising and approval by the Department offering the minor. Please submit completed form to the University Registrar Service Windows, Student Services Center, Joyal Administration Building, North Lobby.

 

Minor Advising

Please visit the College of Social Sciences Advising Center for information on adding Criminology or Forensic Behavioral Sciences as a Minor and for hours and contact information.

 

NOTE: Part-time faculty do not function as faculty advisors.

General Catalog

 

Minor in Criminology Resource Links

General Catalog: Minor in Criminology