Minor in Criminology

Criminology is the study of crime and criminal behavior. The criminology minor introduces students to the sociological and psychological study of criminality.

Students enrolled in any of the University's baccalaureate degree programs may elect to complete a minor. This may be a particularly attractive program for those majoring in English/humanities, social sciences, or business and for those planning to attend law school. Any minor requires you to complete a minimum of 15 hours, with a minimum grade of "C". Courses taken on a pass/no-credit basis may not be applied to the minor. No more than 9 of these hours may count toward your major.

Requirements Checklist

This minor is coordinated by the Department Chair. For additional information, contact the Social Sciences secretary at (740) 351–3234 or social.sciences@shawnee.edu.

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