Study CJ Internationally
Northumbria University in Newcastle upon Tyne, England offers an undergraduate degree in law through their nationally, top-ranked law school. This program is designed for a student’s senior year - six classes completed in the Fall and Spring semesters. Students pay regular MTSU tuition, plus the cost of housing and food (average is approximately $800.00 per month). Students will take three law-related courses in both the Fall and Spring semesters. The courses will transfer back as six specific courses or electives.
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Criminal Law (LW4000) – Level 4||The Criminal Process (LW4005) – Level 4|
|Evidence (LW6018) – Level 6||Introduction to Comparative and International Criminal Law (LW6014) – Level 6|
|International Human Rights (LW6019) – Level 6||American Law (LW6015) – Level 6|
|International Law (LW6022) – Level 6||
|Receive credit for the following in Semester 1:||Receive credit for the following in Semester 2:|
|Criminal Law (CJA 3250)||Criminal Courts (CJA 3500)|
|Criminal Evidence (CJA 4530)||Special Issues in Criminal Justice (CJA 4530)|
|International Criminal Justice (CJA 4930)||Readings in Criminal Justice (CJA 4900)|
* If you have already taken one of these CJA courses, then it would count as a general elective.
If interested, please email Dr. Lee Wade at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Criminal Justice Administration will have a course to travel to Edinburgh, Scotland and London, England for a study abroad experience that will count for your degree as undergraduate, graduate or minor credits. As part of the CJA 4930/CJA 5930 (International Criminal Justice) course, we will compare and contrast the U.S. criminal justice system with the U.K. criminal justice system. This course will be led by Dr. Lee Wade for a week of travel in May 2019.