Department News

Criminal Justice Program Information for Freshman

Click here for a pdf with informational for Freshman regarding the CJ Program

Criminal Justice Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to your questions in these FAQ's.

Need to see an Advisor?

The Criminal Justice faculty advisors have drop-in office hours for advising - no appointments are needed unless you cannot make the regularly scheduled times. Please see the Advising page for availability and contact information. If you just need a signature from the department chair, please bring your form and unofficial transcript or DARS report to the CJ office in HSS 210. Also check out our Advising FAQ- many of your questions may be answered there.

CJ Curriculum Update

Until further notice, you may take 8 elective courses from any of the four categories to fulfill the CJ major requirements (4 courses for the minor). You no longer have to worry about getting 2 from each category. Please choose these electives based on availability and your personal academic interests. See the department roadmaps to see the lists of possible electives. The requirements for CJ 300, CJ 323 or 330, and CJ 680 remain the same. *Please note: you must have a minimum of 40 upper division units to graduate, so you may need to take upper division courses (300+) outside the major to fulfill the requirement.

Future Focused:  a PACE Alumni Networking Reception in Sacramento, CA

Hosted by:  Kate White, MPA Alumna & Deputy Secretary of Environmental Policy and Housing Coordination at the California State Transportation Agency

Do you want to reconnect with people you graduated with, other Sacramento-area alumni and faculty from the School of Public Affairs & Civic Engagement (PACE) at SF State?  Join host Kate White, MPA Alumna & Deputy Secretary of Environmental Policy and Housing Coordination at the California State Transportation Agency, for Future Focused: A PACE Alumni Networking Reception.  The Reception is being held on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 from 5:30 to 8:00 pm in Sacramento, CA.

To get more details, including an invitation to this event, email pace@sfsu.edu and provide your degree program and graduation year when making the request for more information.  The event is free, but an RSVP is required by Monday, September 11 at 10 am.

This event provides an opportunity to tap into the PACE alumni network, to engage with PACE faculty and staff, and to learn more about opportunities to work with faculty, students, and other alumni to help you advance your career and professional development goals. Light refreshments will be served.