Students who have been reclassified must meet regu lar admission requirements

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Students who have been reclassified must meet regu- lar admission requirements to be eligible for readmission to the major. HONORS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SCIENCES The Department offers honors study in Criminal Jus- tice Sciences to highly qualified students who will pur- sue an individualized program of study. The Honors Program enables the superior student to focus on topics of the student’s own choosing in close consultation with a Criminal Justice Sciences Department faculty member. In order to qualify, the student must have achieved a GPA of 3.30 or better, both overall and in the major. The student must complete: 1. at least 3 hours credit of in-course honors; 2. at least 3 hours credit in CJS 299—Independent Honors Study or Honors-Undergraduate Research (IDS 285 or 286) in the Criminal Justice Sciences Department; and 3. an additional 3 hours of in-course honors, honors inde- pendent study or honors-undergraduate research, equiv- alent with a grade of B or better. Students must also fulfill the general education require- ments for participation in the University’s Honors Program. Successful completion of the Honors Program will provide the designation of Honors in Criminal Justice Sciences upon graduation. The University will note the Honors designation on official transcripts and the diploma. Students interested in participating in the Honors Pro- gram should inquire about admission in the Office of the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences. Criminal Justice Sciences Programs Degrees Offered: B.A., B.S. MAJOR IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SCIENCES 55 hours required. Required courses: CJS 101, 200, 201, 207, 300, 304, 395, 398.01* (6 hours), 398.02* (6 hours). 21 hours of electives selected with the approval of an academic advisor. A minimum of 12 hours must be selected from Illinois State University Department of Criminal Justice Sciences course offerings. The remain- ing electives must be taken from the list of recommended courses from other departments at Illinois State Univer- sity, or may be appropriate transfer credit. Electives in other departments: FOR 111, 112, 115, 116 (8 hour maximum); FIL 185; MQM 220, 221; POL 201, 215, 231, 330, 331; PSY 131, 232, 302, 350; SOC 131, 263, 264, 365, 367; SED 362. Students who major in Crimi- nal Justice Sciences must complete the following courses or equivalents: ENG 145; PSY 110 or 111; SOC 106. *Students seeking enrollment in CJS 398.01 and 398.02 must complete necessary paperwork for application to the internship which will be received during mandatory meet- ings set by the Internship Coordinator. To be eligible, the student must have: (1) completed 90 semester hours, (2) an overall and major GPA of 2.40 at the time referrals are made, and (3) completed all required courses including SOC 106; PSY 110 or 111; and ENG 145. Students who have completed accredited corrections and/or police training may substitute this training for a portion of the internship with departmental approval. Students eligible for an intern- ship will, with the assistance of the internship coordinator, choose an agency from a list of approved agencies. Stu- dents may also participate in out-of-state internships.
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  • Fall '15
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