The undergraduate minor in criminology, law and justice requires a minimum of 15 s.h., including 12 s.h. in courses taken at the University of Iowa. Students must maintain a g.p.a. of at least 2.00 in all courses for the minor and in all UI courses for the minor. Course work in the minor may not be taken pass/nonpass.
Students who earn the major in sociology may earn a minor in criminology, law and justice. No more than 3 s.h. can double count for the major and minor.
Students who earn the major in criminology, law and justice may not earn the criminology, law and justice minor.
The minor in criminology, law and justice requires the following course work.
|One of these:|
|CRIM:1410||Introduction to Criminology||3|
|CRIM:1447||Introduction to the Criminal Justice System||3|
|SOC:1420||Law and Society||3|
|12 s.h. from these:|
|CRIM:2430||Comparative Criminal Justice Systems||3|
|CRIM:2460||Policing in Modern Society||3|
|CRIM:2901||Special Topics in Criminology, Law, and Justice||3|
|CRIM:3416||Race, Crime, and Justice||3|
|CRIM:3425||Women, Crime, and Justice||3|
|CRIM:3450||Criminal Legal System||3|
|CRIM:4430||Interpersonal Violence in Society||3|
|CRIM:4440||Sociology of White-Collar Crime||3|
|CRIM:4450||Juvenile Justice: A Sociolegal Perspective||3|
|CRIM:4460||Sociology of Law||3|
|CRIM:4901||Advanced Topics in Criminology, Law, and Justice||3|
|Students may apply one of the following 3 s.h. courses toward the minor:|
|CRIM:3500||Policies and Procedures of Policing||3|
|CRIM:4400||Internship in Criminal Justice and Corrections||3|