Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice

Resources / Course Forecast

Listed below is the projected availability of courses within the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice over the next four years. Please note that the course forecast is tentative and thus may have to be altered depending on availability of faculty, classrooms, and student demand.

LEGEND: Use the guide below to understand the course forecast chart:
N = Course Not Offered
Y = Course Offered
Y-D = Course Offered. Day
Y-E = Course Offered. Evening
Y-W = Course Offered. Weekend
*Place cursor on any block to see availability.

Criminal Justice (CRJU)
  201820192020
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
1101Foundations of Criminal JusticeY-DEY-D
2105Social Issues: Perspectives in Criminal JusticeN
2201Crimes and DefensesY-EN
3300Criminal CourtsY-DY
3301Research Methods in Criminal JusticeY-DY
3305Technology and Criminal JusticeY-DN
3310Police in AmericaY-DY
3311Police AdministrationY-DEN
3312State and Federal Law Enforcement InitiativesY
3315Criminal ProcedureY-DEY-D
3320Criminal InvestigationY-DN
3332CorrectionsY-DEY
3340Legal AnalysisN
3352Juvenile JusticeY-DY
3365The Profile of the Serial OffenderY-DY
3396Cooperative StudyYY
3398InternshipYY
3400Ideological/Group Violence and Law EnforcementY-EN
4100Ethics in Criminal JusticeY-DEY
4300Organized CrimeY-DN
4305Technology and Cyber CrimeYN
4400Directed Study in Criminal Justice
4410Criminal Profiling and AnalysisN
4430VictimologyY-DN
4490Special Topics in Criminal JusticeY
4499Senior Seminar in Criminal JusticeY-DY
7701Critical Issues in Criminal Justice
7702Advanced Criminological Theory
7703Advanced Law Enforcement
7704Institutional and Community CorrectionsY-E
7705Law and the Legal ProcessY-E
7706Advanced Research Methods and Computer ApplicationsY-E
7707Strategic Planning in Criminal Justice
7708Criminal Justice Policy and Analysis
7709Comparative Criminal Justice SystemsY-E
7710Transnational Crimes and International Security
7711Human Rights Standards in Law Enforcement
7722International Criminal Justice ExperienceY
7900Special Topics in Criminal Justice
7950Directed Study
7998Demonstration ProjectY
7999Criminal Justice Policy Research Project
8000Thesis

Sociology (SOCI)
  201820192020
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
1101Principles of SociologyY-DEY-D
2000 Introduction to Gender StudiesN
2105Social Issues: Perspectives in SociologyN
2210Professional Development for Sociology StudentsY-DY
2251Social ProblemsY-DY
3300Foundations of Social TheoryY-DY-D
3303Statistics for SociologyN
3304Social OrganizationY-DY
3305Research Methods in SociologyYY
3310Introduction to GerontologyY-DY
3314Race and EthnicityY-DEY-E
3315Comparative and Transnational SociologyN
3320Exploring the Aging NetworkN
3324Sociology of GenderY-EY-D
3333Technology and SocietyY-DY
3334Sociology of ReligionYN
3344Biotechnology and Social ChangeY-D
3350Intersection of Race, Class and GenderY-DN
3354Social Class and MobilityY-DY-D
3360Sociology of ViolenceY-DY
3364Sociology of the FamilyY-DN
3374Sociology of OccupationsYN
3380Society, Community and Health YN
3396Cooperative StudyYY
3398InternshipYY
4200Drugs, Alcohol and SocietyY-DY
4400Directed Study in Sociology
4410Advanced Qualitative Research Methods in SociologyN
4420Advanced Quantitative Research Methods in SociologyYN
4432CriminologyY-DEY
4434Emerging Social Issues in AfricaY
4435Sociology of South AsiaY-DN
4442Deviance and Social ControlY-DEY
4443Medical SociologyY-DN
4444Social Change and ModernizationY-DN
4445Sociology of Mental IllnessYN
4490Special Topics in SociologyY
4499Senior Seminar in SociologyY-DY