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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [OFFICIAL CATALOG]

Department of Criminal Justice

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Ross Hall, Room 500 | (501) 569-3195 | (501) 569-3075,( fax) | ualr.edu/criminaljustice

Chairperson: Parker Mary,
Professors: Golden, James
Montague, David
Associate Professor: Ten Bensel,
Assistant Professors: Lewis, Richard
Lytle, Robert
Smith, Mary
Rhodes, Tricia
Advanced Instructor: Garcia, Eduardo
Raptopoulos, Kilby
Instructors: Hurst, James

The department provides courses for students pursuing careers in law enforcement, corrections, and juvenile and adult courts. A bachelor of arts in criminal justice , an associate of science in law enforcement , and a minor in criminal justice are available through the department.

General Information

Major in Criminal Justice

A major in criminal justice requires 30 credit hours, including CRJU 2300 , CRJU 3303 , CRJU 3304 , CRJU 4300 , and CRJU 4304 . Although the department will consider similar courses from other schools as substitutes for the CRJU required courses, the acceptance of those courses is solely at the department’s discretion. Students majoring in criminal justice must complete at least 15 hours within the Department of Criminal Justice at UA Little Rock.Completion of RHET 1311 , RHET 1312  and GPA of 2.25 or better is recommended for admission to the CRJU program. Students may be advised within the department before fully meeting the recommended standards for admission to the major. For information regarding graduate study in criminal justice, see the UA Little Rock Graduate Catalog.

Minor in Criminal Justice

A minor in criminal justice requires 18 credit hours, which must include CRJU 2300 .


    Associate of ScienceBachelor of Arts

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