Program Requirements

The Criminology & Criminal Justice Policy (CCJP) program can be completed through a course-based option, a Major Research Paper (MRP) option or a thesis option. The requirements for each option are outlined below, in a table format or list format.

CCJP Course Descriptions


CCJP Program Requirements Table

  Course-based Major Research Paper (MRP) Thesis
CCJP*6200 Professional Seminar in CCJP      
CCJP*6100 Governing Criminal Justice      
CCJP*6300 Research Methods      
SOC*6350 Society, Crime and Control      
CCJP*6000 Courts      
CCJP*6600 Major Research Paper      
Thesis      
Elective 1      
Elective 2      
Elective 3      
 

CCJP Program Requirements List

Course-based Requirements

  • CCJP*6300 Research Methods in Criminal Justice
  • SOC*6350 Society, Crime and Control
  • CCJP*6100 Governing Criminal Justice
  • CCJP*6000 Courts
  • CCJP*6200 Professional Seminar in CCJP
  • 3 Elective Courses

Major Research Paper (MRP) Requirements

  • CCJP*6300 Research Methods in Criminal Justice
  • SOC*6350 Society, Crime and Control
  • CCJP*6100 Governing Criminal Justice
  • ​CCJP*6000 Courts
  • CCJP*6200 Professional Seminar in CCJP
  • CCJP*6660 Major Research Paper
  • 1 Elective Course

Thesis Requirements

  • CCJP*6300 Research Methods in Criminal Justice
  • SOC*6350 Society, Crime and Control
  • CCJP*6100 Governing Criminal Justice
  • CCJP*6200 Professional Seminar in CCJP
  • Thesis