Criminal Justice Newsletter
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The BA/BS in Criminal Justice major consists of 48 credits of core coursework, and students will also select a minimum of 24 credits of electives to apply toward their major.
Areas of concentration may also be selected with the help of an advisor. Coursework from any social science and Writing classes will count as electives in the CJ major. Social Science courses offered at WOU include Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Geography, History, Political Science, and Sociology.
Note: WOU requires that students complete a minor in order to graduate with a BA/BS degree. Classes that apply toward a student's minor program cannot also be counted as electives in the CJ major.
As part of the Criminal Justice major, students will participate in an unpaid practicum experience (CJ 407 & CJ 409). The practicum requires 400 hours of professional experience in an agency related to the criminal justice field. This practicum is completed during spring and/or summer terms, toward the end of a student's program of study. For more information regarding the practicum, please see Practicum Requirements. Students must submit a Practicum Placement Application at least three terms prior to taking the practicum.
To accommodate students who are completing their Criminal Justice program online, WOU also offers three minors that can be completed online:
Carla Menear, Criminal Justice Program Support
Dr. Steve Gibbons, CJ Department Head
Phone: (503) 838-8317
Criminal Justice Program 503-838-8733 | or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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