The dual degree program in Sociology and Criminal Justice is designed to make it easier for students to complete degrees in these two majors (in the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and School of Public Affairs, respectively). Students in the dual degree program need only take 25 credits in Criminal Justice and 34 credits in Sociology (instead of 39 and 37 credits, respectively) to complete the major requirements for both degrees. Standard LAS/SPA college general education and Compass curriculum courses are also required for the degrees. The Dual Degree in Sociology and Criminal Justice is available in both the face to face and online formats.
For a complete list of dual degree requirements, please see the advising guide. CRJU-SOCI Dual 15-16.pdf
For Further Information:
Dr. Heather Albanesi
Sociology Department Chair
Mr. Mike Martinez