Course Descriptions

Course Name Prerequisites Credits Minimum Grades and Prerequisites
CJ330 - Corrections Theory, Process and Practices 3 Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor
CJ335 - Courts Theory, Process and Practices 3 Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor.
CJ340 - Criminal Procedures 3 Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor.
CJ305 - Investigative Methodology in Criminal Justice 3 Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor
CJ308 - Crime Scence Investion 3 CJ305—Investigative Methodology with a final grade of “C” or better, or permission of the instructor.
CJ310 - Juvenile Justice 3 Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor
CJ321 - Theories of Criminal Justice 3 Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor
CJ325 - Ethics in Criminal Justice 3 Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor
CJ345 - Community Corrections CJ101 3 Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor.
CJ350 - Criminal Justice Management CJ101 3 Successful completion of CJ101 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor.
CJ410 - Social Control and Deviance 3 Successful completion of CJ321 with a final grade of "C"' or better, or permission of the instructor.
CJ442 - Applied Constitutional Law 3 CJ 204 or permission of the instructor.
CJ460 - Special Topics in Criminal Justice 3 Successful completion of CJ203, CJ321, and CJ204 with a grade of "C" or better, Junior or Senior standing, or permission of the instructor.
CJ461 - Media and Justice 3 Successful completion of CJ 101, CJ 203, CJ 204, and CJ 321 with a grade of "C" or higher, junior or senior standing or permission of the instructor.
CJ462 - Serial Killers 3 Successful completion of CJ 101, CJ 203, CJ 204, and CJ 321 with a grade of "C" or higher, junior or senior standing or permission of the instructor.
CJ463 - Sense and Nonsense 3 Successful completion of CJ 101, CJ 203, CJ 204, and CJ 321 with a grade of "C" or higher, junior or senior standing or permission of the instructor.
CJ464 - Murder in the United States 3 Successful completion of CJ 101, CJ 203, CJ 204, and CJ 321 with a grade of "C" or higher, junior or senior standing or permission of the instructor.
CJ465 - Death Penalty 3 Successful completion of CJ 101, CJ 203, CJ 204, and CJ 321 with a grade of "C" or higher, junior or senior standing or permission of the instructor.
CJ466 - Terrorism 3 Successful completion of CJ 101, CJ 203, CJ 204, and CJ 321 with a grade of "C" or higher, junior or senior standing or permission of the instructor.
CJ490 - Criminal Justice Internship 3 or 6 Senior Criminal Justice major with at least 18 semester hours of core curriculum finished, minimum 2.5 cumulative and major GPA, and permission of the instructor.
CJ420 - Research Methods in Criminal Justice 3 Successful completion of CJ321—Theories of Criminal Justice with a final grade of “C”’ or better, or permission of the instructor; and a senior standing.
CJ450 - Senior Seminar 3 Successful completion of CJ497 with a grade of “C” or better, Successful completion of MA200, Criminal Justice major, final semester of college or Criminal Justice work, and all other Criminal Justice courses completed or in the process of completion
CM103 - Narratives Across Media EN100 3
CM105 - Fundamentals of Public Speaking EN101 3
CM110 - Advanced Public Speaking 3 EN101 and admission to the honors college.
CM120 - Introduction to Graphic Design AR103 3
CM220 - Typography and Visual Communication AR103 3
CM315 - Editing and Publishing 3 English 101, EN 102, CM 103, or any 200-level Communications, or English course, or by permission of the instructor.
CM320 - Graphic Design III 3 AR103, 120 or 220.
CM404 - Technology for Teachers 3
CM404A - Powerpoint for Teachers 3
CM404B - Excel for Teachers 3
CM404C - Word for Teachers 3
CM404F - Publisher for Teachers 3
CM404K - Integrating 21st Century Technology In The Classroom 3
CM404L - iPads for Teachers 3
CM404M - Google for Teachers 3
CM404N - Google Classroom for Teachers 3
CM404O - Tech Tips for Teachers 3
CM410 - Introduction to Digital Literacies I CS102, CS103 3
CM412 - Introduction to Digital Literacies 2 CM410 3
CM490 - Communication Internship CM410 3
CS102 - Microcomputer Applications EN100 3
CS103 - Basic Concepts of the Internet and the World Wide Web EN100 3
CS105 - Introduction to Computer Science EN100 3
CS201 - Operating Systems and Networking Fundamentals CS105 3
CS205 - Programming I: Imperative Programming CS105 3
CS206 - Programming II: Object Oriented Programming CS205 3
CS207 - Cryptography & Access Control CS105 3
CS208 - Telecommunications & Network Security CS201 3