Dr. Vickie Luttrell
Chair of Behavioral Sciences
Associate Professor of Psychology
Office: (417) 873-7254

Criminology Minor

All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses.

CRIM 102: Introduction to Criminology
CRIM 331: Advanced Criminology
CRIM 332: Juvenile Delinquency

Choose three from the following: (at least two should be at the 300 level or above.)
CRIM 200: Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences
CRIM 221: Victimology
CRIM 275: Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
CRIM 275-L: Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Laboratory
CRIM 301: Principles of Forensic Science
CRIM 305: Animal Law I

CRIM 308: Qualitative Research Methods
CRIM 311: White Collar Crime

CRIM 321: Deviance & Social Control
CRIM 326: Theories of Guidance & Counseling 
CRIM 334: Abnormal Psychology 
CRIM 337: Death Penalty
CRIM 339: Ethical Dilemmas in the Behavioral Sciences
CRIM 341: Justice, Punishment and Ethics
CRIM 342: The Correctional System
CRIM 359: Advanced Behavioral Research I
CRIM 360: The Judicial Process
CRIM 361: Advanced Behavioral Research II
CRIM 364: Wrongful Convictions
CRIM 365: The Innocence Project Clinic
CRIM 371: Psychology & The Law

CRIM 435: Psychological Tests & Measurements 
CRIM 435-L: Psychological Tests & Measurements
CRIM 475: Advanced Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
CRIM 475-L: Advanced Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
CRIM 290, 390, 490: Selected Topics
CRIM 380, 480: Undergraduate Internship Experience
CRIM 391, 392, 491, 492: Research

Courses used as electives for one behavioral science major or minor (criminology, psychology or sociology) may not also satisfy elective requirements for another behavioral science major or minor.