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This track focuses on the nature, causes and solutions for crime, primarily but not exclusively in the United States. All students in Track A must take JUST 210. Crime and Criminal Justice , and JUST 212. Theories of Crime and Criminal Justice . Students select six additional courses from the following. At least four of the six electives must have a JUST identifier.
Note: Other courses may be substituted with adviser’s and department chair’s consent.
Select six additional courses from the following:
1 May be taken for elective credit in Track A when the topic is appropriate. Students should seek approval from their advisers or the academic unit head.
2 Course is only open to students who are double majoring in Psychology .
1 Can be counted for General Education, Cluster Three .