Concentrations in Criminal Justice may include several options including law enforcement; probation officer; security officer; and law and society. Some schools may in fact have Criminal Justice listed under majors such as Sociology. Below are some examples of the courses required for this major.

CSU Northridge
Sociology - Criminology and Criminal Justice
SOC 101
MATH 136

CSU Los Angeles
Criminal Justice - General Option
CSULA requires a B- or higher in ADMJ 101, 103
overall GPA of 2.75 or higher.
ENGL 104 - University Requirement
ADMJ 101
ADMJ 103

CSU Dominguez Hills
Criminal Justice Administration
CS/IS 101
MATH 111 or 136

Cal Poly Pomona
Sociology Criminology
PHILO 117
PSYCH 101
SOC 101, 102
ENGL 102 or 104
MATH 136

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Under Siocology
ANTHR  102
GEOG 102
MATH 136
SOC 101, 102

San Diego State University
Minimum GPA 2.8
POL SCI 105 and 106
SOC 101
MATH 136

CSU Long Beach
Impacted Major
ADMJ 101
PHIL 117
SOC 101
PSYCH 101
POL SCI 101 & 106 or 105 & 106

UC Irvine
Criminology, Law and Society
PSYCH 101 and 103
PSYCH 104 or 115
MATH 136

CSU San Bernardino
Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice - Crime Analysis
Criminal Justice - Paralegal Studies
SPCH 101
ENGL 101
ADMJ 101 or 110, 103, 116
Select one of the following
MATH 100, 135, 100 and 102 or 110, 112, 103
Select one of the following
SPCH 104
PHILO 117, 123
ENGL 102 or 104 or 118 or
HUMAN 105 or 110 or
SPCH 100 or 102 or 103

Additional courses required for Crime Analysis
GEOG 102
GEOG 101 and 111

Additional courses required for Paralegal Studies
ACCT 101 or 105 and 106
BIOL 120 and 121


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