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1 416 Academic Programs and Curriculum Guide HIST 2352 Dictators and Democracy in Asia HIST 4650 Topics in Asian History HIST 4942 East Asian Cultural History Abroad CLTR 1500 Modern Chinese History and Culture CLTR 2501 Chinese Film: Gender and Ethnicity CHNS 2101 Intermediate Chinese 1 CHNS 2301 Intermediate Chinese Immersion 1 CLTR 1700 Introduction to Japanese Pop Culture CLTR 1260 Japanese Film JPNS 2101 Intermediate Japanese 1 MUSC 1130 Music of Asia RELS 1275 Hinduism, Buddhism, and Beyond: Eastern Religions RELS 1290 Chinese Philosophy and Religion RELS 2395 Japanese Buddhism POLS 3480 Government and Politics in Japan POLS 3485 China: Governance and Foreign Policy GPA REQUIREMENT GPA required in the minor SCHOOL OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE JAMES ALAN FOX, PHD Lipman Family Professor and Interim Director AMY FARRELL, PHD Associate Professor and Undegraduate Program Director NATASHA FROST, PHD Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Graduate Programs JOHN F. MCDEVITT, PHD Associate Dean, Research, and Director of Institute on Race and Justice 204 Churchill Hall (fax) The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice was established in 1967 as one of the first schools of its kind devoted to matters of crime and justice. The school is a leading force in education, research, and policymaking in both the public and the private sectors of the criminal justice field. The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice seeks to prepare students for professional and research careers in criminology, criminal justice, and related fields by applying multidisciplinary and comparative social science to understand, predict, and explain crime as well as to contribute to the development of public policy on crime and justice issues. The school seeks to develop its students intellectually and ethically, while providing them with a keen appreciation of the complexities of crime and of the public and private efforts to make communities safer and to ensure justice. The world of criminal justice is much more than police officers, corrections officials, criminal defense lawyers, or security and loss prevention personnel. At the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, the boundaries of criminal justice have expanded beyond traditional views of the field to include emphases on law and justice, organizations and leadership, global criminology, and crime policy. Criminal justice education today is about more than the criminal; it involves understanding the victim and the community: repairing harm, reducing fear, rebuilding safe communities, and assuring justice in spirit and act. The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice has had a long-standing attachment and commitment to improving a wide range of justice system agencies. The school actively engages external partners in an ongoing conversation about research, community service, and salient policy questions. Part of this dialogue is supported by an ongoing program of applied and social science research. Much of this research focuses on evaluating existing government crime-control programs and policies to determine whether they work, as well as inquiries about the etiology and prevention of crime. In addition, much of our research examines

2 College of Social Sciences and Humanities 417 the unintended consequences of policy: institutionalized racism, differential impact of justice policy on certain groups, and the like. Research conducted at Northeastern on these topics is approached with ethical sensitivity and scientific rigor. Criminology and criminal justice, as a social science, began in the early part of the twentieth century. Nearly one hundred years old, the field has blossomed in large part through the ingenuity of several notable scholars. The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is pleased to be home to many of the country s preeminent contemporary scholars. School of Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty members regularly present at scholarly conferences, national and international seminars, and to policymakers worldwide. Academic Progression Standards Same as university-wide standards described under Academic Status on page 24. BS in Criminal Justice BREADTH COURSES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE Computer Science CS 1100 Computer Science and Its Mathematics MATH 1215 Mathematical Thinking MATH 1231 Calculus for Business and Economics MATH 1241 Calculus 1 MATH 1242 Calculus 2 MATH 1251 Calculus and Differential Equations for Biology 1 MATH 1252 Calculus and Differential Equations for Biology 2 MATH 1340 Intensive Calculus for Engineers 6 SH MATH 1341 Calculus 1 for Science and MATH 1342 Calculus 2 for Science and Social Sciences ECON 1240 Economics of Crime HIST 1130 History of the United States: From First Contact to the Present LPSC 1101 Introduction to Law POLS 1150 American Government PSYC 1101 Foundations of Psychology SOCL 1101 Introduction to Sociology Ethics PHIL 1102 Introduction to Contemporary Moral Issues PHIL 1130 Ethics: East and West PHIL 1155 Introduction to Human Rights PHIL 2303 Social and Political Philosophy PHIL 2301 Philosophical Problems of Law and Justice CRIMINAL JUSTICE SEQUENCE REQUIREMENT AND REQUIRED ELECTIVES OUTSIDE CRIMINAL JUSTICE 40 semester hours must be earned from the combination of the criminal justice sequence requirement and required electives outside criminal justice. Criminal Justice Sequence Requirement Complete three courses from the same department, two of which must be numbered 2000 or above. Required Electives outside Criminal Justice Complete courses in departments outside criminal justice such that 40 semester hours are earned from the combination of these courses and the criminal justice sequence requirement. CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Criminal Justice Core Requirements CRIM 1100 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIM 2100 Criminal Due Process CRIM 2200 Criminology CRIM 3600 Criminal Justice Research Methods CRIM 3700 Criminal Justice Statistics CRIMINAL JUSTICE INTEGRATED LEARNING CORE Introduction to College CRIM 1000 Criminal Justice at Northeastern 1 SH Co-op Integration Seminars Co-op students should complete at least two of the following courses. CRIM 2000 and CRIM 3000 are required for the first co-op. CRIM 4000 is required if a second co-op is taken. Non co-op students should complete one additional criminal justice elective with credit of at least 4 semester hours: CRIM 2000 Co-op Integration Seminar 1 1 SH CRIM 3000 Co-op Integration Seminar 2 1 SH CRIM 4000 Co-op Integration Seminar 3 1 SH Senior Capstone CRIM 4949 Senior Capstone Seminar Thematic Elective CRIM 1300 The Death Penalty CRIM 1400 Human Trafficking CRIM 1500 Corruption, Integrity, and Accountability CRIM 1600 Crimes against Humanity

3 418 Academic Programs and Curriculum Guide Survey Electives CRIM 3010 Criminal Violence CRIM 3020 Victims of Crime CRIM 3030 Comparative Criminology CRIM 3040 Psychology of Crime CRIM 3050 Organized Crime CRIM 3100 Criminal Law CRIM 3200 Juvenile Justice CRIM 3300 Corrections CRIM 3400 Security CRIM 3500 Policing CRIM 3900 Topics in Criminal Justice and Criminology System-Wide Elective CRIM 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4020 Race, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4030 Criminal Justice Organization and CRIM 4040 Crime Prevention Criminal Justice Open Electives Complete four courses in the following range: CRIM 4001 to CRIM 7999 CRIMINAL JUSTICE CREDIT REQUIREMENT Complete 59 credit hours in the major. 128 total semester hours required Minimum GPA required BS in Criminal Justice and Political Science CRIMINAL JUSTICE REQUIREMENTS Criminal Justice Core Requirements CRIM 1100 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIM 2100 Criminal Due Process CRIM 2200 Criminology Ethics and Values CRIM 1200 Ethics, Values, and Diversity CRIM 1300 The Death Penalty CRIM 1400 Human Trafficking CRIM 1500 Corruption, Integrity, and Accountability CRIM 1600 Crimes against Humanity Survey Elective CRIM 3010 to CRIM 3500 CRIM 3900 Topics in Criminal Justice and Criminology System-Wide Elective CRIM 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4020 Race, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4030 Criminal Justice Organization and CRIM 4040 Crime Prevention Computer Science CS 1100 Computer Science and Its Mathematics MATH 1215 Mathematical Thinking MATH 1231 Calculus for Business and Economics MATH 1241 Calculus 1 Breadth Course for Criminal Justice ECON 1240 Economics of Crime LPSC 1101 Introduction to Law LPSC 2301 Introduction to Law, Policy, and Society HIST 1130 History of the United States: From First Contact to the Present PSYC 1101 Foundations of Psychology SOCL 1101 Introduction to Sociology POLITICAL SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS Political Science Requirements POLS 1150 American Government POLS 1155 Comparative Politics POLS 1160 International Relations Political Theory POLS 2326 Premodern Political Thought POLS 2328 Modern Political Thought POLS 2330 American Political Thought POLS 2332 Contemporary Political Thought RESEARCH METHODS AND ELECTIVES Complete option A, option B, or option C, below. Note: These options enable the student to take research methods courses (including statistics/quantitative techniques) as either CRIM courses or as POLS courses.

4 College of Social Sciences and Humanities 419 Option A RESEARCH METHODS CRIM 3600 Criminal Justice Research Methods CRIM 3700 Criminal Justice Statistics Complete two courses in the following range: CRIM 4000 to CRIM 4999 POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES Complete five courses in the following range: POLS 2300 to POLS 5999 Option B RESEARCH METHODS POLS 2399 Research Methods in Political Science POLS 2400 Quantitative Techniques Complete three courses in the following range: CRIM 4000 to CRIM 4999 POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES Complete four courses in the following range: POLS 2300 to POLS 5999 Option C RESEARCH METHODS CRIM 3600 Criminal Justice Research Methods with POLS 2400 Quantitative Techniques or CRIM 3700 Criminal Justice Statistics with POLS 2399 Research Methods in Political Science Complete two courses in the following range: CRIM 4000 to CRIM 4999 POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES Complete four courses in the following range: POLS 2300 to POLS 5999 POLITICAL SCIENCE CONCENTRATIONS (OPTIONAL) If you are working toward one of the following concentrations, declare it with your advisor so that it may be added to your record. Concentration in American Political Institutions Complete four of the following courses: POLS 2350 State and Local Politics POLS 2355 Intergovernmental Relations POLS 3300 The U.S. Congress POLS 3302 Judicial Process and Behavior POLS 3304 Presidential Nominating Process POLS 3305 The American Presidency POLS 3307 Public Policy and Administration POLS 3310 Public Opinion, Voting, and Elections POLS 3315 Interest Groups and Public Policy POLS 3320 Politics and Mass Media Concentration in Identity, Culture, and Politics CORE COURSE POLS 3415 Ethnic Political Violence POLS 3418 Nationalism ELECTIVES Complete three of the following courses: POLS 2333 Politics and Film POLS 2336 Politics and the Arts POLS 2360 Politics of Poverty POLS 2368 Music and Politics POLS 2370 Religion and Politics POLS 2375 Gender and Politics POLS 2380 Latino Politics in the United States POLS 3309 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Public Policy POLS 3320 Politics and Mass Media POLS 3324 Law and Society Concentration in Law and Legal Studies Complete four of the following courses: POLS 2330 American Political Thought POLS 3300 The U.S. Congress POLS 3302 Judicial Process and Behavior POLS 3324 Law and Society POLS 3406 International Law POLS 4500 U.S. Constitutional Law POLS 4505 U.S. Civil Liberties Concentration in Security Studies Complete four of the following courses: POLS 3408 International Security POLS 3410 Nontraditional Security Issues POLS 3412 Homeland Security Policy and Politics POLS 3415 Ethnic Political Violence POLS 3420 U.S. National Security Policy POLS 3423 Terrorism and Counterterrorism POLS 3425 U.S. Foreign Policy POLS 3427 Civil-Military Relations POLS 3430 Revolution, Civil War, and Insurrection POLS 3470 Arab-Israeli Conflict POLS 3487 Politics of Developing Nations POLS 4918 Model NATO INTEGRATIVE REQUIREMENT Senior Capstone Requirement CRIM 4949 Senior Capstone Seminar or POLS 4701 Political Science Senior Capstone Due Process CRIM 2100 Criminal Due Process

5 420 Academic Programs and Curriculum Guide Integrative Elective Courses CRIM 3100 Criminal Law CRIM 4100 Juvenile Law CRIM 4110 Legal Philosophy CRIM 4120 Courts and Sentencing POLS 3302 Judicial Process and Behavior POLS 3324 Law and Society POLS 4500 U.S. Constitutional Law POLS 4505 U.S. Civil Liberties COMBINED-MAJOR CREDIT REQUIREMENT Complete 84 semester hours in the major. GENERAL ELECTIVES Additional courses taken beyond college and major course requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements. 128 total semester hours required Minimum GPA required BS in Criminal Justice and Psychology CRIMINAL JUSTICE REQUIREMENTS Criminal Justice Core Requirements CRIM 1100 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIM 2100 Criminal Due Process CRIM 2200 Criminology CRIM 3600 Criminal Justice Research Methods Thematic Elective CRIM 1200 Ethics, Values, and Diversity CRIM 1300 The Death Penalty CRIM 1400 Human Trafficking CRIM 1500 Corruption, Integrity, and Accountability CRIM 1600 Crimes against Humanity Survey Elective CRIM 3010 Criminal Violence CRIM 3020 Victims of Crime CRIM 3050 Organized Crime CRIM 3100 Criminal Law CRIM 3200 Juvenile Justice CRIM 3300 Corrections CRIM 3400 Security CRIM 3500 Policing System-Wide Elective CRIM 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4020 Race, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4030 Criminal Justice Organization and CRIM 4040 Crime Prevention Computer Science CS 1100 Computer Science and Its Mathematics MATH 1215 Mathematical Thinking MATH 1231 Calculus for Business and Economics MATH 1241 Calculus 1 Breadth Course 1 ECON 1240 Economics of Crime LPSC 1101 Introduction to Law HIST 1130 History of the United States: From First Contact to the Present POLS 1150 American Government SOCL 1101 Introduction to Sociology Breadth Course 2 PHIL 1102 Introduction to Contemporary Moral Issues or PHIL 1130 Ethics: East and West or PHIL 1155 Introduction to Human Rights or PHIL 2301 Philosophical Problems of Law and Justice or PHIL 2303 Social and Political Philosophy Electives Complete two courses in the following range: CRIM 4000 to CRIM 5999 PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Introductory Course Note: PSYC 1101 will not count toward the NU Core social science level 1 requirement: PSYC 1101 Foundations of Psychology Personality/Social Bases of Behavior PSYC 3400 Personality PSYC 3402 Social Psychology PSYC 3404 Developmental Psychology PSYC 3406 Abnormal Psychology

6 College of Social Sciences and Humanities 421 Biological/Cognitive Bases of Behavior PSYC 3450 Learning and Motivation or PSYC 3451 Learning Principles and Behavior Analysis PSYC 3452 Sensation and Perception PSYC 3458 Biological Psychology PSYC 3464 Psychology of Language PSYC 3466 Cognition Research Experience PSYC 4991 Directed Study Research PSYC 4600 Laboratory in Research Design PSYC 4606 Laboratory in Biological Psychology PSYC 4610 Laboratory in Psycholinguistics PSYC 4612 Laboratory in Cognition PSYC 4614 Laboratory in Social Psychology PSYC 4616 Laboratory in Personality PSYC 4622 Laboratory in Sensation and Perception PSYC 4624 Laboratory in Affective Science PSYC 4626 Laboratory in Life-Span Emotional Development Psychology Seminar PSYC 4650 Seminar in Clinical Case Study PSYC 4652 Seminar in Ethics in Psychology PSYC 4654 Seminar in Behavioral Modification PSYC 4656 Seminar in Biological Psychology PSYC 4658 Seminar in Psycholinguistics PSYC 4660 Seminar in Cognition PSYC 4662 Seminar in Personality PSYC 4664 Seminar in Social Psychology PSYC 4666 Seminar in Clinical Psychology PSYC 4668 Seminar in Sensation and Perception PSYC 4670 Seminar in Selected Topics in Psychology PSYC 4674 Seminar in Cognitive Neuroscience Electives Complete two PSYC courses. INTEGRATIVE REQUIREMENT CRIM 3040 Psychology of Crime or CRIM 4710 Law and Psychology CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PSYCHOLOGY COMBINED-MAJOR CREDIT REQUIREMENT Complete 84 semester hours in the major. GENERAL ELECTIVES Additional courses taken beyond college and major course requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements. 128 total semester hours required Minimum GPA required BS in Human Services and Criminal Justice FOUNDATION COURSES Introduction to the Major CRIM 1000 Criminal Justice at Northeastern 1 SH HUSV 1000 Human Services at Northeastern 1 SH Criminal Justice Foundation Courses CRIM 1100 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIM 1300 The Death Penalty or CRIM 1400 Human Trafficking or CRIM 1500 Corruption, Integrity, and Accountability or CRIM 1600 Crimes against Humanity CRIM 2100 Criminal Due Process CRIM 2200 Criminology CS 1100 Computer Science and Its Human Services Foundation Courses HUSV 1101 Human Services Professions HUSV 3570 Strategic Philanthropy and Nonprofit HUSV 2300 Counseling in Human Services UPPER-LEVEL COURSES Policy Course HUSV 3900 Introduction to Social Policy Organization Course SOCL 3440 Sociology of Human Service Organizations CRIM 4030 Criminal Justice Organization and Survey Electives CRIM 3010 Criminal Violence CRIM 3020 Victims of Crime CRIM 3030 Comparative Criminology CRIM 3040 Psychology of Crime CRIM 3050 Organized Crime CRIM 3100 Criminal Law

7 422 Academic Programs and Curriculum Guide CRIM 3200 Juvenile Justice CRIM 3300 Corrections CRIM 3400 Security CRIM 3500 Policing CRIM 3900 Topics in Criminal Justice and Criminology Research Methods CRIM 3600 Criminal Justice Research Methods HUSV 3700 Research Methods for Human Services Criminal Justice Elective CRIM 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4020 Race, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4030 Criminal Justice Organization and CRIM 4040 Crime Prevention Statistics CRIM 3700 Criminal Justice Statistics PSYC 2320 Statistics in Psychological Research SOCL 2320 Statistical Analysis in Sociology HUMAN SERVICES INTERNSHIP HUSV 4994 Human Services Internship 6 SH INTEGRATIVE COURSE CRIM 4949 Senior Capstone Seminar HUSV 4700 Senior Seminar in Human Services OPEN ELECTIVES Complete seven courses. Two of these courses must be in criminal justice and four must be in human services. FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE Co-op Integration Seminar 1/Professional Development All students should complete one of the following courses: CRIM 2000 Co-op Integration Seminar 1 1 SH EESH 2000 Professional Development for Co-op 1 SH Co-op Integration Seminars 2 and 3 Co-op students should complete the following two courses. Non co-op students should complete an additional 2 semester hours of open elective credit: CRIM 3000 Co-op Integration Seminar 2 1 SH CRIM 4000 Co-op Integration Seminar 3 1 SH GENERAL ELECTIVES Additional courses taken beyond college and major course requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements. 128 total semester hours required Minimum GPA required BS/MS in Criminal Justice Note: This curriculum reflects only course work to be taken as an undergraduate student. For additional course work to be taken as a graduate student, see the graduate program in the Northeastern University Graduate Catalog. BREADTH COURSES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE Computer Science CS 1100 Computer Science and Its Mathematics MATH 1215 Mathematical Thinking MATH 1231 Calculus for Business and Economics MATH 1241 Calculus 1 MATH 1242 Calculus 2 MATH 1251 Calculus and Differential Equations for Biology 1 MATH 1252 Calculus and Differential Equations for Biology 2 MATH 1340 Intensive Calculus for Engineers 6 SH MATH 1341 Calculus 1 for Science and MATH 1342 Calculus 2 for Science and Social Sciences ECON 1240 Economics of Crime HIST 1130 History of the United States: From First Contact to the Present LPSC 1101 Introduction to Law POLS 1150 American Government PSYC 1101 Foundations of Psychology SOCL 1101 Introduction to Sociology Ethics PHIL 1102 Introduction to Contemporary Moral Issues PHIL 1130 Ethics: East and West PHIL 1155 Introduction to Human Rights

8 College of Social Sciences and Humanities 423 PHIL 2303 Social and Political Philosophy PHIL 2301 Philosophical Problems of Law and Justice CRIMINAL JUSTICE SEQUENCE REQUIREMENT AND REQUIRED ELECTIVES OUTSIDE CRIMINAL JUSTICE 40 semester hours must be earned from the combination of the criminal justice sequence requirement and required electives outside criminal justice. Criminal Justice Sequence Requirement Complete three courses from the same department, two of which must be numbered 2000 or above. Required Electives outside Criminal Justice Complete courses in departments outside criminal justice such that 40 semester hours are earned from the combination of these courses and the criminal justice sequence requirement. CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Criminal Justice Core Requirements CRIM 1100 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIM 2100 Criminal Due Process CRIM 2200 Criminology CRIM 3600 Criminal Justice Research Methods CRIM 3700 Criminal Justice Statistics CRIMINAL JUSTICE INTEGRATED LEARNING CORE Introduction to College CRIM 1000 Criminal Justice at Northeastern 1 SH Co-op Integration Seminars Co-op students should complete at least two of the following courses. CRIM 2000 and CRIM 3000 are required for the first co-op. CRIM 4000 is required if a second co-op is taken. Non co-op students should complete one additional criminal justice elective with credit of at least 4 semester hours: CRIM 2000 Co-op Integration Seminar 1 1 SH CRIM 3000 Co-op Integration Seminar 2 1 SH CRIM 4000 Co-op Integration Seminar 3 1 SH Senior Capstone CRIM 4949 Senior Capstone Seminar Thematic Elective Complete one course in the following range: CRIM 1300 The Death Penalty CRIM 1400 Human Trafficking CRIM 1500 Corruption, Integrity, and Accountability CRIM 1600 Crimes against Humanity Survey Electives CRIM 3010 Criminal Violence CRIM 3020 Victims of Crime CRIM 3030 Comparative Criminology CRIM 3040 Psychology of Crime CRIM 3050 Organized Crime CRIM 3100 Criminal Law CRIM 3200 Juvenile Justice CRIM 3300 Corrections CRIM 3400 Security CRIM 3500 Policing CRIM 3900 Topics in Criminal Justice and Criminology System-Wide Elective CRIM 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4020 Race, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4030 Criminal Justice Organization and CRIM 4040 Crime Prevention GRADUATE COURSE WORK TO BE TAKEN AS AN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT Minimum GPA required in all graduate courses Graduate Electives Complete 12 to 16 semester hours in the following ranges: CRIM 7000 to CRIM 7699 CRIM 7800 to CRIM 7996 CRIM 8400 to CRIM 8499 GENERAL ELECTIVES Additional courses taken beyond college and major course requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements. 128 total semester hours required for the bachelor s degree Minimum GPA required for undergraduate courses Minimum GPA required in all graduate courses BS in Criminal Justice/JD Doctor of Law Note: This curriculum reflects only course work to be taken as an undergraduate student. For additional course work to be taken as a graduate student, consult your advisor.

9 424 Academic Programs and Curriculum Guide BREADTH COURSES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE Computer Science CS 1100 Computer Science and Its Mathematics MATH 1215 Mathematical Thinking MATH 1231 Calculus for Business and Economics MATH 1241 Calculus 1 MATH 1242 Calculus 2 MATH 1251 Calculus and Differential Equations for Biology 1 MATH 1252 Calculus and Differential Equations for Biology 2 MATH 1340 Intensive Calculus for Engineers 6 SH MATH 1341 Calculus 1 for Science and MATH 1342 Calculus 2 for Science and Social Sciences ECON 1240 Economics of Crime HIST 1130 History of the United States: From First Contact to the Present LPSC 1101 Introduction to Law POLS 1150 American Government PSYC 1101 Foundations of Psychology SOCL 1101 Introduction to Sociology Ethics PHIL 1102 Introduction to Contemporary Moral Issues PHIL 1130 Ethics: East and West PHIL 1155 Introduction to Human Rights PHIL 2303 Social and Political Philosophy PHIL 2301 Philosophical Problems of Law and Justice CRIMINAL JUSTICE SEQUENCE REQUIREMENT Complete three courses from the same department, two of which must be numbered 2000 or above. CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Criminal Justice Core Requirements CRIM 1100 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIM 2100 Criminal Due Process CRIM 2200 Criminology CRIM 3600 Criminal Justice Research Methods CRIM 3700 Criminal Justice Statistics CRIMINAL JUSTICE INTEGRATED LEARNING CORE Introduction to College CRIM 1000 Criminal Justice at Northeastern 1 SH Co-op Integration Seminars Co-op students should complete at least two of the following courses. CRIM 2000 and CRIM 3000 are required for the first co-op. CRIM 4000 is required if a second co-op is taken. Non co-op students should complete one additional criminal justice elective with credit of at least 4 semester hours: CRIM 2000 Co-op Integration Seminar 1 1 SH CRIM 3000 Co-op Integration Seminar 2 1 SH CRIM 4000 Co-op Integration Seminar 3 1 SH Senior Capstone CRIM 4949 Senior Capstone Seminar Thematic Elective CRIM 1300 The Death Penalty CRIM 1400 Human Trafficking CRIM 1500 Corruption, Integrity, and Accountability CRIM 1600 Crimes against Humanity Survey Electives CRIM 3010 Criminal Violence CRIM 3020 Victims of Crime CRIM 3030 Comparative Criminology CRIM 3040 Psychology of Crime CRIM 3050 Organized Crime CRIM 3100 Criminal Law CRIM 3200 Juvenile Justice CRIM 3300 Corrections CRIM 3400 Security CRIM 3500 Policing CRIM 3900 Topics in Criminal Justice and Criminology System-Wide Elective CRIM 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4020 Race, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4030 Criminal Justice Organization and CRIM 4040 Crime Prevention LAW COURSE WORK TO BE TAKEN AS AN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT Fourth Undergraduate Year Complete 34 semester hours of law course work in consultation with your advisor. CRIMINAL JUSTICE CREDIT REQUIREMENT Complete 59 credit hours in the major. GENERAL ELECTIVES Additional courses taken beyond college and major course requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements.

10 College of Social Sciences and Humanities total semester hours required for the bachelor s degree Minimum GPA required for undergraduate courses Minor in Criminal Justice REQUIRED COURSES CRIM 1100 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIM 2100 Criminal Due Process CRIM 2200 Criminology CRIM 3010 Criminal Violence CRIM 3020 Victims of Crime CRIM 3030 Comparative Criminology CRIM 3040 Psychology of Crime CRIM 3050 Organized Crime CRIM 3100 Criminal Law CRIM 3200 Juvenile Justice CRIM 3300 Corrections CRIM 3400 Security CRIM 3500 Policing CRIM 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4020 Race, Crime, and Justice CRIM 4030 Criminal Justice Organization and CRIM 4040 Crime Prevention CRIM 4100 Juvenile Law CRIM 4110 Legal Philosophy CRIM 4120 Courts and Sentencing CRIM 4300 Community-Based Corrections CRIM 4310 Correctional Intervention CRIM 4400 Security, Supervision CRIM 4500 Police Strategy CRIM 4610 Youth Gangs CRIM 4630 Political Crime and Terrorism CRIM 4640 Corporate and White-Collar Crime CRIM 4710 Law and Psychology GPA REQUIREMENT GPA required in the minor ECONOMICS WILLIAM T. DICKENS, PHD University Distinguished Professor and Interim Chair 301 Lake Hall (fax) Economics is the study of how societies produce and exchange goods and services to satisfy material needs. Undergraduates may study economics as part of a broad interest in the social sciences to develop specialized skills useful in today s complex labor market. The major in economics is also a good foundation for graduate studies in advanced economics, public policy, law, or business. Macroeconomics, which focuses on the overall economy, deals with such problems as inflation, unemployment, growth and instability, economic development, and governmental monetary and fiscal policies. Microeconomics examines the economic behavior of individuals, households, firms, industries, and trade among countries. It seeks to assess the economic effects of market power and environmental damage and analyzes the economic aspects of natural resources, poverty, health, income distribution, trade unions, crime, and government regulation. Courses in economics cover international trade; the behavior of families, firms, and industries in the market economy; the environmental costs of growth; and the economic aspects of natural resources, poverty, health, labor market discrimination, trade unions, crime, and governmental oversight. International and comparative perspectives are emphasized, most directly in courses in the economic development of the developing world and economic history. Students may pursue a BA, a BS, or a minor in economics. Additionally, economics majors in their junior year may qualify for admission to the PlusOne program that combines the BA or BS with a master s degree in economics (requires an additional 16 semester hours of course work). The department also offers combined majors with business administration, environmental studies, international affairs, mathematics, philosophy, and political science. Graduates may find jobs in major corporations; financial institutions; nonprofits; NGOs; or federal, state, and local governments. Their work may involve planning and forecasting, assessing labor needs, and undertaking financial studies. They may estimate consumer demand for new products, conduct research, teach, or provide specialized consulting services.

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