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The objective of the undergraduate minor in Criminology is to develop an educational basis either for graduate work or for professional training in the modern urban criminal justice system.
Students are to select 12 hours (4 courses) from the list of electives:
(Examples include: Serial Killers, Gangs, Crime & Public Policy, Cybercrime). Repeatable when taken under different titles.
A minimum GPA of 2.0 or higher in minor coursework.
Students minoring in criminology will be subject to the Department’s “2 D/F” rule (no more than one D+ or below allowed in a Criminology course).
Courses for the minor may not be taken on an S/U basis.
Fifty percent (50%) of the minor must be completed through USF coursework.
Students who are minoring in Criminology will not be permitted to register for CCJ 4934 - Seminar in Criminology capstone requirement as it is designated for Criminology majors only.
At least 9 credit hours must be completed at USF.
CCJ 4934 Seminar in Criminology and CCJ 4940 Internship are restricted to Criminology majors only. Students in the minor are not eligible to take these two courses.
Contact the undergraduate advisor.
St. Petersburg: https://www.usfsp.edu/academic-advising/
Sarasota Manatee: http://usfsm.edu/academics/academic-resources/academic-advising/index.aspx