Catalog 2010-2012

Criminology

The Criminology major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements (pages xxx-xxx) and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours. Liberal Arts Core courses included in major program requirements are distinguished by italics.

In order to graduate with a major in Criminology, students must take at least 12 credit hours of criminology courses at UNI.

 

Required:

  Sociology and Criminology: 980:001980:080 or 400:102* or 800:072; 980:108; 982:022; 982:025; 982:175.....18 hours

  Group 1 - Crime and Criminality

    Six hours from the following.....6 hours

      Criminology: 982:110, 982:112, 982:122, 982:127, 982:137, 982:151, 982:152.

  Group 2 - Crime and Social Control

    Six hours from the following.....6 hours

      Criminology: 982:116, 982:117, 982:124, 982:126, 982:128, 982:132, 982:153, 982:162.

  Group 3 - Special Topics

    Six hours from the following.....6 hours

      Political Science: 942:144.

      Criminology: 982:111, 982:113, 982:119, 982:123, 982:131, 982:169, 982:181.

  Group 4 - Research and Applied Studies

    Three hours from the following or three hours from Groups 1, 2, or 3.....3 hours

      Criminology: 982:179, 982:185, 982:198.

39 hours

*400:102 is a 4-hour course. 400:102 has the following prerequisites: 400:001; 400:101; one college-level mathematics course or consent of instructor.

 

Note: Students majoring in criminology should take 982:022 and 982:025 before taking any 100-level courses within the major (see page xxx for 4-digit numbers associated with these 100-level courses).

Graduation note: In order to graduate with a major in criminology, students must achieve a total major GPA of at least 2.33.