Criminal Justice

Fresno Pacific University
Fresno, California, United States
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
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Entry Requirements

Local Freshmen:

3.1 high school GPA

19 ACT or 900 SAT (math and critical reading only, minimum of 450 in each section)

The following high school courses are strongly recommended:

  • 4 years of college preparatory English
  • 3 years of college preparatory mathematics
  • 2 years of social studies
  • 1 year of laboratory science
  • 1 year of visual or performing art
  • 3 years of the same foreign language with a C- or better (see university graduation requirements)
International Students:
  • Official high school transcript (translated and evaluated)
  • TOEFL Score

Curriculum

Required Courses (14 Courses, 39-43 Units)

Core Program (7 courses, 19-21 units)

  • PS-371 Amercian Law and Legal System (3)
  • PS-372 Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution (1)
  • PS-375 Criminal Justice in America (4)
  • PS-380 Social Problems and Public Policy (4)*
  • SOC-410 American Ethnicity and Pluralism (3)
  • SOC-430 Conflict Management and Resolution (3)
  • LEAD-476 Internship (1-3)*

*American Studies Program (15-16 units)

The American Studies Program (CCCU) in Washington, D.C. may be taken in place of LEAD-476. If the public policy track is taken, it replaces PS-380.

Breadth Program (7 courses, 20-22 units)

Select a minimum of 7 courses from the following:

  • CRIM-352 Criminology (3)
  • CRIM-362 Criminal Procedure (3)
  • CRIM-382 Juvenile Delinquency and Justice (3)
  • CRIM-392 Corrections (3)
  • PS-374 Legal Research and Writing (3)
  • PSY-350 Child Development (3)
  • PSY-355 Adolescent Development (3)
  • PSY-395 Social Psychology (3)
  • PSY-410 Abnormal Psychology (4)
  • SOC-350 Marriage and Family (3)
  • SW-390 Chemical Dependency Intervention (3)
  • SW-395 Studies in Domestic Violence (2)

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