Criminal Justice Minor
A criminal justice minor from Saint Mary’s complements many fields of study within the social sciences and other areas.
An awareness of how our system of criminal justice functions and interplays with other disciplines enriches, broadens, and deepens understanding and awareness for the way in which our society operates and each individual's circumstances.
Students who minor in criminal justice are exposed to topics such as police and correctional processes and the problems caused by drugs, crime, and delinquency. Other areas to explore involve criminal law, victimology, law enforcement, ethnicity, class, and gender issues.
Border patrol; customs inspector; correctional officer; drug counselor; drug enforcement administration; Federal Bureau of Investigation agent; police officer; probation/parole officer; protective services; security
High School Preparation
European and U.S. History; Government; Psychology; Sociology; Statistics