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Law and Justice

College of the Sciences

Department of Law and Justice Major/Minor Application

NOTE: If you are dropping a major or minor in another CWU department, you will need to request to withdraw through that department. We can only add/change Law and Justice department major/minor information. 

*You will need to speak to a professional advisor, Arthur Manjarrez if you are an Ellensburg campus student, or Nicole Dunn if you are an online student, prior to declaring a major/minor to see if you should be declaring as a pre-major or major/minor. 

**You must have a 2.25 GPA in order to declare your major/minor and you will be asked to submit your academic report that shows your current GPA. 

 

Personal Information
Please send a copy of your Academic Report (AR) to laj@cwu.edu. We will not add your major/minor unless we receive a copy of your Academic Report.
Education Information:

Note: If you plan to add or drop a major or minor in another CWU department, you are responsible for requesting to enroll or withdraw through that department. We can only change LAJ department major/minor information.

Note: Two years of high school or one year of college level coursework within the same world language is required for BA completion

Degree Options
The standard degree program is offered at our main Ellensburg campus and our Des Moines and Lynnwood branch campuses. Classes are primarily in person, but may include some online or hybrid courses. The online degree program is reserved for students who do not have access to on-campus, in-person classes. For this reason, Ellensburg residents are not eligible for the online program. Classes are held online, but students at our Des Moines and Lynnwood campuses may choose to register for on campus classes at those centers if seats are available.
The LAJ major is a 60-credit program consisting of eight core classes and seven LAJ electives. Most students can complete this major within two school years. Students may need to take more classes outside of the LAJ curriculum to satisfy CWU's 180 credit graduation requirement. The LAJ minor is a 24-credit program consisting of three core classes and three LAJ electives.

By signing this form, I confirm that I have read and understand the requirements for admittance into the Law and Justice program as outlined in the current Central Washington University catalog.

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