Pathway for Sociology Majors (Crime & Justice): BS/JD Option

The pathway for Sociology majors (Crime & Justice) allows students to complete all requirements for the core and the major in years 1-3. Following successful admission, students begin their first year of Law School in year four. Consult the Academic Catalog or Law School website for specific admissions information.

Year 1

Fall
First Year Writing I         
Seminar for Freshmen
Mathematics
Social Science (SOC 113-116)*

Spring
First Year Writing II
Quantitative Reasoning (SOC 212)**
Ethical & Philosophical Inquiry
SOC 234

Year 2

Fall
Literature
STE         
SOC 333 or 214
Crime & Justice Elective

Spring
Humanities/History
Science + Lab
Cultural Diversity A or B***
SOC 214 or 333

Year 3

Fall
Humanities/History
Crime & Justice Elective
SOC Elective
Elective

Spring
Cultural Diversity A or B***
Senior Seminar (SOC 433)
SOC Elective
Elective

*Although numerous courses satisfy the Social Science requirement, SOC 113 (Introduction to Sociology) or 116 (Social Problems) will double count for both the Social Science and the Sociology Core Requirements.

**Although numerous courses satisfy the Quantitative Reasoning requirement, SOC 212 (Statistics for Sociology) will double count for both the Quantitative Reasoning and the Sociology Elective Requirements.

***Based on availability, selected courses may double count as a Cultural Diversity Requirement and a Sociology Elective Requirement.