Welcome to the OU Criminal Justice Program! Our program offers both a major and a minor degree, and contributes to the Addiction Studies concentration program. Criminal Justice at OU is an interdisciplinary program grounded in the theoretical, methodological, and applied policy traditions of criminology & criminal justice, as well as those related disciplines that have contributed to its core knowledge (i.e., sociology, political science, public administration, law, philosophy, and psychology). The OU criminal justice major has three defining features: (1) a required interdisciplinary component, (2) a required internship, and (3) a required capstone course. All students – majors and minors alike – must maintain a 2.5 overall GPA
in order to remain in good standing in the Criminal Justice program.
For more information, please check out our informational brochure
and Criminal Justice Program Manual
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