The minor in criminal justice is open to all undergraduate Georgia State students.
Students interested in this minor should visit the Evidence-Based Cybersecurity webpage for details and contact their academic advisor in their major/college and talk to them about how these 15 credits can be incorporated into their major program of study. If your degree does not allow minors to be attached to your major, we still welcome you to take the courses in these minor areas to further enhance and supplement your portfolio of skills and resume.
If you would like to meet with an advisor to discuss one of these minors, please contact our Office of Academic Assistance.
Criminal Justice majors who are also enrolled in the Digital Criminology minor can choose to take CRJU 4996 and an additional 4000-level criminal justice elective to satisfy the Area J: Capstone and Internship requirement of the major. Criminal Justice majors may also choose to count CRJU 4996 as an Area K: Criminal Justice Elective and satisfy their Area J: Capstone and Internship requirement using the CRJU 4935 option. These students should review the CRJU 4935 online internship page for the corresponding requirements and deadlines.