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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

Criminal Justice, B.S. - 4-Year Degree Map


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First Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
SOC 1001 - Introduction to Sociology   3   PSYC 1000 - Introductory Psychology  (Recommended) 3
CRJ 1001 - Introduction to Criminal Justice   3   STAT 1010 - Introduction to Statistics   3
COMP 1000 - Composition   3   PHIL 1200 - Ethics   3
Gen Ed Elective 3   Gen Ed Elective 3
Elective 3   Elective 3
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 15

Second Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
SOC 2009 - Social Research Methods   3   SOC 3009 - Research and Analysis   3
ANTH 1300 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology  (Recommended) 3   CRJ 2827 - Juvenile Delinquency   3
SOC 2807 - Criminology   3   Inequality Elective 3
Gen Ed Elective and/or OCS Elective 3   Interdisciplinary Elective 3
Elective 3   Elective 3
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 15

Third Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
SOC 3005 - Sociological Theory   3   CRJ 3087 - Race, Crime and Justice   3
Social Control, Crime & Deviance Elective 3   Criminal Justice Liberal Arts Elective 3
Upper Division Liberal Arts Elective 3   Upper Division Liberal Arts Elective 3
Liberal Arts Elective 3   Liberal Arts Elective 3
Liberal Arts Elective 3   Liberal Arts Elective 3
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 15

Fourth Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
Capstone or Senior Thesis  3   Criminal Justice Liberal Arts Elective 3
Inequality Elective 3   Upper Division Liberal Arts Elective 3
Criminal Justice Liberal Arts Elective 3   Liberal Arts Elective 3
Upper Division Liberal Arts Elective 3   Elective 3
Elective 3   Elective 3
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 15

Notes: *SOC 1001 , SOC 2009 SOC 3005 , and SOC 3009  require a "C" or better final grade.
**A maximum of 3 s.h. of SOC 4097 , SOC 4099 , or CRJ 4099  may be applied to the major.

Total Credits for Degree: 120

Elective Key and Math Course Guidance


Gen Ed Elective: a course carrying one or more Gen Ed area attribute(s): Basic Communication (BC3), Mathematics (M3), American History (AM3), World Civilizations (OW3), Foreign Language (FL3), Social Sciences (SS3), Humanities (H3), The Arts (A3), Natural Sciences (NS3), Western Civilization (WC3). Elective courses and major courses carrying Gen Ed attributes apply toward SUNY Oneonta's Gen Ed requirements .

OCS Elective: any course that carries an Oral Communication Skills (OCS) attribute. 

Liberal Arts Elective: any course that carries a Liberal Arts (LA) attribute. SUNY Oneonta's minimum LA requirements  vary by degree award.

Upper Division Elective: any elective course numbered 3000 and above. All courses (required and elective) at this level apply toward SUNY Oneonta's upper division requirement .

Upper Division Liberal Arts Elective: any course numbered 3000 and above that carries a LA attribute.

Elective: any course outside the major. Electives apply toward the total credits required by a degree program. Electives may also be needed to satisfy other degree requirements , including the minimum number of credits outside the department of the major.

Math Course Guidance


SUNY Oneonta recognizes that students enter college with different math backgrounds. For guidance on the math course(s) most suited to your preparation and program of study, visit the College's Math Pathways site.

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