To minor in Criminal Justice, students must complete 19 hours of study including 15 hours of upper-level courses. This minor may be of interest to Political Science students, Pre-Law students or just those interested in the field.
Most degree programs at Baylor do not require a student to select a minor area of study, but students may choose to minor in a field that supplements their major or may choose to pursue an area of academic interest completely outside their major. For example, a Sociology major might choose to minor in Criminal Justice to further understand and study our criminal justice system as it relates to their study of Sociology.
Courses a student might take include Community Law Enforcement, Urban Political Processes or Psychopathology.
For more information, contact Dr. Patrick Flavin at Patrick_J_Flavin@baylor.edu.