The deadline for registering for either an internship (CRJU 492), an independent study (CRJU 497), or a senior thesis (CRJU 498) is two weeks (14 days) prior to the start of a semester. Permits will not be issued to students after the deadline has passed. This deadline applies to both semesters (fall and spring), as well as the summer session.
Criminal Justice is an Impacted Major!
If you wish to declare Criminal Justice as your major, you must meet the following criteria:
If you wish to declare a minor in Criminal Justice, you must meet the following criteria:
After declaring the minor, you must complete all of the requirements of the criminal justice minor as specified on this page.
If you wish to declare a minor in Forensic Studies, you must meet the following criteria:
After declaring the minor, you must complete all of the requirements of the forensic studies minor as specified on this page.
Undergraduate advising for the Criminal Justice Department is done through the Academic Advising Resource Center (AARC) of the College of Health and Human Services. The AARC offers following services:
If you want to declare the major in criminal justice, you must complete this form and submit it to the AARC for review in advance of your meeting with any AARC advisor.
Academic Advising Resource Center (AARC)
web site: http://www.csulb.edu/colleges/chhs/academic-advising/
The University Catalog provides students with an array of information that can be categorized into three sections. The first section contains information about the university, admission requirements, as well as university's policies and regulations. The second section contains information pertaining to the degrees offered by the university, such as requirements to earn a bachelor's degree. In the third section, the Catalog contains a listing of Departments and Colleges. In this section, you'll find descriptions of both programs and courses offered by each department.
It should be noted that the University Catalog is organized according to academic year. In general, undergraduate students follow the curriculum that corresponds to the academic year when one's major was declared. If you do not know or are unsure of which academic year you should follow, please make an appointment with an AARC Advisor.
You may find the University Catalog starting from the 1997academic year to the present year online by pressing this link.