Justice Systems Minor
If you’re curious about our system of justice and want to become a more informed and better citizen, you can pursue a minor in criminal justice at Truman. The minor in justice systems complements any major offered at Truman.
Discover Surprising Connections
As a justice systems minor, you develop critical-thinking, problem-solving, and presentation skills that can benefit whatever career path you choose. Expand your network and join our Pre-Law Club or become a member of our Mock Trial Team to see what the courtroom experience is like. Join Lambda Alpha Epsilon and compete in academic, physical agility, crime scene investigations, and marksmanship competitions.
Extend the Reach of Your Knowledge
At Truman, you can enrich your educational experience through activities outside of class. Build your teamwork skills through group projects and study groups. Broaden your horizons even further through internship, research, and study abroad opportunities.
Small Classes and Supportive Learning Environment
As a student at Truman, you join a lively community of learners. With the small size of our Justice Systems Department, you’ll find it’s easy to make friends who can become great study partners. Small class sizes also ensure frequent one-on-one interaction with your professors who are willing to offer advice and guidance.
30 September 2015 | 5:00 pm
Drs. Curtis and Michelle Blakely have just released their book entitled, “Socio-Physics: Applying the Natural Sciences to Criminal Justice and Penology.” It embodies Truman’s vision of promoting creative, innovative and progressive thinking within an interdisciplinary context. Efforts are brought to bear on current correctional processes through the lens of a liberal arts perspective. Overcrowding, budgetary […]
25 September 2015 | 6:46 pm
Justice Systems major, Teri Ford, graduated this past December as one of four McNair Scholars. This fall, Teri is pursuing her Masters in Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University with a funding package worth over $41,000. The McNair Program provides support for students interested in obtaining a Ph.D. who are income eligible, first-generation college […]