Criminal Justice Emphasis

DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE STUDIES Major

Supporting Courses24-26
Introduction to Democracy and Justice Studies
Freedom and Social Control
American Government and Politics
English Composition II: Composition and Rhetoric 1
Choose two of the following courses:
Varieties of World Culture
American Law in Historical Perspective
Introduction to Women's & Gender Studies
Macro Economic Analysis
Micro Economic Analysis
American History to 1865
History of the United States from 1865 to the Present
The Ethical Life
Justice and Citizenship in the Modern World
Global Politics and Society
Introduction to Public Administration
Introduction to Sociology
Choose one of the following Skill Subjects (6 credits minimum): 2
Subject A - Social Research (7 credits):
Social Science Statistics
Introductory Statistics
Foundations for Social Research
Subject B - Foreign Language (two semesters): 3
Subject C - Communication (6 credits):
Fundamentals of Public Address
Communication Problems and Research Methods
Subject D - Historical Research (6 credits):
Introduction to Digital and Public Humanities
The Craft of History
Upper-Level Courses24
Criminal Justice Process
American Political Thought
Historical Perspectives on American Democracy
Topics in Democracy and Justice
Senior Seminar in Democracy and Justice Studies
Criminology
Choose 6 credits of the following elective courses:
History of Economic Thought
Constitutional Law
Law and Society
Gender and the Law
The U.S. and the World
Power and Change in America
U.S. Labor and the Working Class: Past and Present
Gender and Economic Justice
Feminist Theory
Social and Political Criticism
Internship
Independent Study
Travel Course
First Nations Justice and Tribal Governments
Topics in African American History When covering crime and punishment (see DJS advisor)
History of Sexuality in the U.S.
U.S. Women's History
America in the Twentieth Century
Topics in Early Modern European History When covering crime and punishment (see DJS advisor)
Philosophy, Politics and Law
Community Politics
Political Theory
Race and Ethnic Relations
Social Theory
Street Gangs in America
Total Credits48-50
1

Satisfied for students with an ACT English score of 32 or higher

2

Please consult with your faculty adviser about selection of 6 credits to fulfill this skills requirement

3

Please review with your faculty adviser about language requirement. Courses in French, German, Oneida, and Spanish are available at UW-Green Bay.