Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology
P.O. Box 70555
Phone (423) 439-5346
Web Address: www.etsu.edu/cas/cj
Why a student might choose a Major in Criminal Justice & Criminology:
To gain knowledge about criminal justice and criminology, for example, the administration of justice in the United States and theories of crime and delinquency causation.
To prepare for a career in the criminal justice field including law enforcement, probation, parole, or prisons.
Students with 0-59 earned credits:
Contact the Center for Advisement and Student Excellence (CASE) to schedule an appointment with your advisor. Visit the CASE website www.etsu.edu/cas/case/ and call (423) 439-5602.
Students with 60 or more earned credits:
Dr. Brad Edwards
Dr. Jennifer Pealer
Transfer students majoring in Criminal Justice should contact the Center for Advisement and Student Excellence (CASE) for advising as soon as possible. This will ensure that the student’s previous work will be coordinated efficiently with ETSU requirements.
All students must:
Complete a minimum of 27 credits at ETSU in the Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology.
Maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.50 in criminal justice and criminology coursework completed at ETSU.
For general information about the department or courses, contact Dr. Larry Miller at email@example.com or (423) 439-5964.
Degree Requirements: 120 credits
|Major Total Requirement
| Major Core
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Suggested Four-Year Program of Study: CJCR-BA
GPA requirements: Must maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5 in Criminal Justice and Criminology coursework completed at ETSU. No grade earned in a Criminal Justice and Criminology Major core course below a “C” (2.0) will be accepted.
College of Arts and Sciences : Visit link to view the complete list of B.A. degree requirements.
- Foreign Language course 2020 or higher with C- or better
- Non-U.S. History (3 credits)
- MATH 1530 or MATH 1910
General Education Requirements
These requirements include earning 41-42 credits in Communication, Humanities and Fine Arts, Social and Behavior Sciences, History, Natural Sciences and Mathematics categories.