Important Dates for Spring 2013
Want to be a Criminal Justice Major or Minor?
Please note there are new requirements and deadlines for current SFSU students wanting to change or declare a major or minor in Criminal Justice Studies. Please see the prospective students page for information. If you meet the requirements and are within the change of major time period, please bring a completed change of major form along with unofficial transcript or DARS report to the CJ office in HSS 210.
Fall 2013 Classes
The Fall schedule is now posted. We have created a list of CJ courses and electives that will be offered in Fall. We expect there will be more courses added as we get closer to next semester, and we will do our best to keep this list updated for your reference. Registration begins April 29th, checkMySFSU for your registration date and time. Please note, there will be limited advising available during the summer, so if you need advising on Fall courses, please see an advisor before the Spring semester ends.
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 theAdvisingpage 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.