Criminology and Criminal Justice (CCJ) Major Program Hamline's criminology and criminal justice (CCJ) major provides students a social science approach to the study of crime. The required courses provide a broad foundation in crime and justice, and social research methods to understand criminal justice policy and interventions. Criminology and Criminal Justice (CCJ) majors develop a working knowledge of the key components of the criminal justice system. Students learn how policy impacts both the institutions and individuals working within the system. Majors gain a solid methodological foundation to critique policy and correctional interventions being used by professionals today. Hamline University is unique in offering students the opportunity to complement their CCJ major with a forensic science minor. Law School Early Admission (3-3) Option Students seeking to enter law school may pursue this major through the Law School Early Admission (3-3) Program. If interested, meet with the Criminology and Criminal Justice Department Chair and a Legal Studies faculty member by the end of your first year at Hamline. Visit the Law School Early Admission (3-3) Program for more details.