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1 CRIMINOLOGY STATE UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA UNDERGRADUATE MAJOR, MINOR, DEGREE DECLARATION (You must submit an approved form for each major.) STUDENT NAME (Please print) STUDENT SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER MAJOR (The following must be listed as pre-*** until the student meets departmental admission requirements: Accounting, Administrative Systems, Business Education, Business Information Systems, inology, Early Childhood Education, Economics (BBA), Finance, Management, Marketing, Mass Communications, Middle Grades Education, Physical Education, Psychology, Real Estate, Secondary Science Education, Secondary Social Science Education, Special Education.) DGREE (All BA degrees require a minor.) MINOR (For the following majors, the minor can be listed as certification to teach: Art, English, French, Geography, History, Mathematics, Spanish.) CONCENTRATION(S) OR PLAN (Required for the following majors: Art, Mass Communications, Math (BS), Music Performance (BM), Sociology (BS), Middle Grades Education, Recreation) PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM OF STUDY (Pre-Law, Pre-Dental Hygiene, Pre-Medical Record Administration, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Med [must select Biology or Chemistry as major], Pre-Forestry, Pre-Agriculture, Pre-Medical Professions, Pre-Engineering) Is this a declaration of a second major? YES NO Catalog year you wish to follow for degree/major requirements Cumulative Overall GPA Transfer from DEPARTMENT CHAIR DATE ADVISOR DATE

2 CHECKLIST FOR CRIMINOLOGY MAJORS Complete the Core Curriculum Areas A-E with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Copies of the requirements are attached and they are also available on the web, at the Excel Center, from the back of the course bulletin each semester, and from the catalog. Be sure you have passed the Regents test before or while taking ENLG When you are at or very near the end of your Core Curriculum, make an appointment to talk to a inology faculty advisor and complete necessary forms to declare a inology major. See the Secretary in the Department and ask to be assigned an advisor. Complete the major course requirements (see attached). If you are having difficulties completing these requirements because of scheduling or other problems, discuss that with your advisor and ask about possible substitutions. Substitutions must be with good cause and reasonable. Substitutions must also be approved by your advisor and the Department Chair. Upper division supporting courses (9 hours) need to be courses from other disciplines that are relevant to your area of interest and need to be approved by your advisor. Upper division inology courses (12 hours) can be chosen to provide a concentration in a particular area (law enforcement, corrections, juvenile justice) if you like. Discuss that with your advisor if that is your goal. Complete 2 WAC courses. One must be in the major and the other can be in the major or in another discipline. The inology Capstone course, required for all majors, is a WAC course, so you only need to choose one more. NOTE: Each semester during advising time, make an appointment to see your advisor. Be prepared when you go for your advising appointment. Look at the bulletin ahead of time and have an idea of the courses you want to take. Update your major course requirements sheet each semester so you can keep track of what courses you have taken and what courses you still need. If you are unable to register for a course after you and your advisor have agreed on what you should take and your advisor has signed your registration form, go back and discuss other options with your advisor. DO NOT JUST ARBITRARILY REGISTER FOR COURSES WITHOUT SEEING AN ADVISOR AND LATER GET UPSET WITH YOUR ADVISOR AND/OR REGISTRAR IF THOSE COURSES DO NOT MEET ANY OF YOUR REQUIREMENTS. When you reach Senior status, go to the Registrar s Office and request a Senior Evaluation. The next time you seek advising after getting your Senior Evaluation, take it with you to your advisor and have him/her check over it with you to be sure there are no errors. Apply for graduation at the beginning of the semester prior to the semester in which you plan to graduate. Check with the bookstore at the beginning of the semester you plan to graduate to order invitations, cap, gown, etc. GRADUATE!!!

3 inology Core Curriculum for Pre- Majors To be admitted into the B.S. program in inology, students must first complete Core areas A-E with a cumulative GPA (including all transfer hours) of 2.5 or better. Effective Fall Quarter 2005 (42 hours) A Essential Skills B Institutional Priorities C Humanities & Fine Arts D Science, Math & Technology (one course must be a lab) HOURS: ENGL Oral Comm. 1. Fine Arts 1. Science 2. ENGL 1102 Choose one ART Choose Two (Regent s test 2000 COMM XIDS 2100** ASTR 2313 must be 1110 ENGL 2000 ART 1201 ART BIOL 1010, 1011, completed before ENGL ART , 1013, 1014, or at the same THEA 2050 MUSC , 1107, 1108 time as ENGL PHIL 2110 XIDS MUSC ) 1004 THEA MATH 1101, MATH 1111, MATH 1113, MATH Other Inst. Priorities ANTH 1100 BUSA 1900 CS 1000 CS 1020 LIBR 1101 MUSC 1110 XIDS 2001 XIDS Humanities XIDS 2100 COMM1154 ENGL 2110 ENGL 2120 ENGL 2130 ENGL 2180 ENGL 2190 Foreign Language 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002 FORL 2200 FORL 2300 PHIL 2100 PHIL 2120 *k designates a CHEM course that includes a lab and a workshop. ** XIDS is listed in both categories but can only be counted once Course in Italics must be completed CHEM 1100, 1151k, 1152k, 1211k, 1212k, 1230k* GEOG 1111 GEOL 1121, 1123, 1123L, 2503, 2553 PHYS 1111, 1112, 2211, 2212 XIDS 2201, Math, Science & Quantitative Technology Choose one CS 1301, 1302, 2000 MATH 1111, 1112, 1413, 1634, 2063, 2644, 2703 E Social Sciences 1. World History Choose one HIST 1111 HIST American/GA History HIST 2111 HIST American/GA Government POLS Social Science Electives ANTH 1102 ECON 2100 ECON 2105 ECON 2106 GEOG 1013 GEOG 2503 POLS 2201 PSYC 1101 SOCI 1101 SOCI 1160 XIDS 2300 XIDS 2301

4 UNIVERISTY OF WEST GEORGIA PROGRAM FOR THE B.S. DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY Effective Fall 2005 Name Home ( ) Student ID: First MI Work ( ) Address Street City Zip Code Date of Advisement Regent s Exam Course Number, Title Course number Met Units WAC (need 2) Semester Completed Grade Needs CORE AREA F (18 hours) 1. CRIM 1100: Introduction to inal Justice SOCI 1101: Introduction to Sociology Soci 1101 CHOOSE ONE (1) OF THE FOLLOWING 3. ANTH 1102, PSYC 1101, SOCI 1160, CRIM 2245, 2272, 2273 CHOOSE THREE (3) OF THE FOLLOWING 4. ACCT 2101, CS 1030, ECON 2105, ECON 2106, GEOG 2503, PHIL 2100, PHIL 2110, POLS 2201, a foreign language (no more than 6 hours) MAJOR COURSES (48 hours) 1. SOCI 4000 Research Methodology Soci 4000 CRIM 3240 inological Theory (Requires C or better) 3240 CRIM 4284 Senior Capstone (Requires C or better) 4284 X 2. CHOOSE ONE (1) OF THE FOLLOWING SOCI 4003, SOCI CHOOSE ONE (1) OF THE FOLLOWING FROM EACH AREA A-E a. CRIM 2272, CRIM 4277, CRIM 4278 b. CRIM 2273, CRIM 4247, CRIM 4402, CRIM 4712 c. CRIM 3241, CRIM 4293 d. CRIM 2245, CRIM 4255, CRIM 4233 e. CRIM 4230, PHIL 4110 Students must complete CRIM 3240, CRIM 4284 and one methods course (SOCI 4000, SOCI 4003, or SOCI 4613) with a C or better AND complete 2 WAC courses to graduate UPPER DIVISION CRIMINOLOGY COURSES (12 hours) UPPER DIVISION SUPPORTING COURSES (9 hours) With major adviser approval, students select 9 hours of upper division courses in related fields. (3) (3) (3) ELECTIVES (12 hours). Electives are completely at the discretion of the student. TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED FOR THE DEGREE = 120 hours

5 Two-Year Plan The two-year plan assumes successful completion of all lower division core courses A-F. The Two-Year Plan is designed only as a guide. It does not guarantee; 1) that all courses listed will be offered during a given semester, or 2 ) if they are offered that the scheduling will not conflict. Estimated time of completion is based on 15 hour semesters, with no summer classes. A change in hours or courses taken during the summer will either reduce (taking 18 hrs. or summers) or extend (taking less than 15 hrs.) the time needed. Year 3 (30 HOURS) Spring (15 HOURS) Apply for and take Fall (15 HOURS) SOCI/CRIM 4000 CORE 3a Regent s test in Spring CRIM 3240 CORE 3b CORE 2 CORE 3c Apply for Major in Spring UD CRIM (1 OF 4) UD CRIM (2 OF 4) Minimum GPA 2.5 UD SUPP ( 1 OF 3) UD SUPP (2 OF 3) Year 4 (30 HOURS) Fall (15 HOURS) Spring (15 HOURS) CORE 3d CRIM 4284 Apply for Grad. in Fall CORE 3e ELECTIVE UD CRIM (3 OF 4) ELECTIVE UD CRIM (4 OF 4) ELECTIVE UD SUPP (3 OF 3) ELECTIVE

6 Four-Year Plan The Four-Year Plan is designed only as a guide. It does not guarantee; 1) that all courses listed will be offered during a given semester, or 2 ) if they are offered that the scheduling will not conflict. Estimated time of completion is based on 15 hour semesters, with no summer classes. A change in hours or courses taken during the summer will either reduce (taking 18 hrs. or summers) or extend (taking less than 15 hrs.) the time needed. Year 1 (30 HOURS) Fall (14 HOURS) Spring (16 HOURS) ENGL 1101 ENGL 1102 Apply for and take MATH 1101, 1111, 1113 B1 Regent s test in Spring POLS 1101 (E3) C1 D1 (COURSE 1 OF 2) D1 (COURSE 2 OF 2 LAB) B2 D2 Year 2 (30 HOURS) Fall (15 HOURS) Spring (15 HOURS) C2 SOCI 1101 Apply for Major in Spring E1 F2 Minimum GPA 2.5 E2 F3 E4 F3 CRIM 1100 F3 Year 3 (30 HOURS) Spring (15 HOURS) Fall (15 HOURS) SOCI/CRIM 4000 CORE 3a CRIM 3240 CORE 3b CORE 2 CORE 3c UD CRIM (1 OF 4) UD CRIM (2 OF 4) UD SUPP ( 1 OF 3) UD SUPP (2 OF 3) Year 4 (30 HOURS) Fall (15 HOURS) Spring (15 HOURS) CORE 3d CRIM 4284 Apply for Grad. in Fall CORE 3e ELECTIVE UD CRIM (3 OF 4) ELECTIVE UD CRIM (4 OF 4) ELECTIVE UD SUPP (3 OF 3) ELECTIVE

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