Criminology Minor

For information, contact the Department of Sociology and Gerontology, 375 Upham Hall, 513-529-2628.

This minor focuses on the sociology of crime, including juvenile and adult offenders, institutions in the criminal justice system, and recent trends in the study of crime.  Suitable for students in any major.

Program Requirements

(18 semester hours)

Select one of the following:3-4
Social Relations
Sociology in a Global Context
Introduction to Social Justice Studies
Introduction to Social Justice Studies
Select one of the following:3
Criminology
Criminal Behavior
Diversity Requirement3
Intercultural Relations
Sociology of Gender
Sociology of Gender
Introduction to Disability Studies
Introduction to Disability Studies
Introduction to Disability Studies
Sexualities
Social Forces and Aging
Race and Ethnic Relations
Social Stratification
Introduction to Women's Studies
Advanced Criminology Courses9
Systems of Justice
Topics in Criminology 1
Sociology of Law
Juvenile Delinquency
Field Experience in Sociology 1
Family Violence
Independent Studies 1
Independent Studies
Independent Studies 1
Independent Studies
Independent Studies 1
Independent Studies
Independent Studies 1
Independent Studies
Current Issues in Sociology 1
Total Credit Hours18-19
1

Only 3 credit hours may count toward the minor; content must be relevant and pre-approved by the Chief Departmental Advisor.