To declare a minor, students should speak with the academic advisor in their current major. The Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice offers these minors:
These are the requirements effective Fall 2012.
The Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 minor requirements can be found in the 2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog.
|BOR 3301 Studies in Homeland Security||3|
|BOR 3304 Transnational Crime||3|
|BOR 3340 Legal and Constitutional Issues in Homeland Security||3|
|BOR 4310 Maritime Security||3|
Plus six semester hours from one of the following pairs of courses:
|BOR 3320 History of Terrorism||3|
|BOR 4321 Current Trends in Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism||3|
|BOR 3322 Weapons of Mass Destruction||3|
|BOR 4330 Disaster Preparedness/Emergency Planning||3|
|BOR 3343 International Law||3|
|BOR 4345 Federal Immigration Law||3|
|BOR 3307 Introduction to Cybersecurity||3|
BOR 3309 Information Security and Protection
|CRIJ 1301 Introduction to Criminal Justice||3|
Any Criminal Justice (CRIJ) courses
*Six hours must be advanced courses taken in-residence.
|CUL 3310 Introduction to Cultural Competence: Making Sense of the World I||3|
|CUL 3312 Cultural Competence: Making Sense of the World II||3|
|CCSS 3315 Contemporary Security Issues in World Politics||3|
|CCSS 3317 American Government, Politics and National Security||3|
|Additional hours of any CCSS course||6|