General university degree requirements stipulate that 1) three units of the minor be taken in residence at the University of Puget Sound; 2) students earn a GPA of 2.0 in courses taken for the minor; and 3) all courses taken for the minor must be taken for graded credit. Any exceptions to these stipulations are indicated in the minor degree requirements listed below.
Requirements for the Minor in Crime, Law, and Justice Studies
CLJ 220 Introduction to Crime Law and Justice Studies
CLJ 307/REL 307 Prisons, Justice, Education or CLJ 370 Prisons and Public Memory
Three Electives (in at least two different areas one of which may be EXLN350)
Other courses may be added to this list on a semester-by-semester basis.
AFAM 346 African Americans and American Law
COMM 346 Rhetoric and the Law
PG 313 American Constitutional Law
PG 315 Law and Society
PG 316 Civil Liberties
PG 333 International Law in Political Context
PG 348/PHIL 378 Philosophy of Law
REL 320 Law and Religion
AFAM/REL 265 What is Justice?
AFAM 304 Capital and Captivity: African Americans and the U.S. Economy
AFAM/LTS 320 Race, Power, and Privilege
PG 304 Race and American Politics
PG 345 Intersectionality as Theory and Method
REL 270 Religion, Activism and Social Justice
Crime, Policing and the Carceral State
CONN 318 Crime and Punishment
ENGL 247 Introduction to Popular Genres
ENGL 358 True Crime in the U.S.
PG 311 Politics of Detention: Criminal Justice, Immigration, and the War on Terror
PG 330 Peace, Justice, and Reconciliation in Latin America