The minor in Criminal Law is aimed at strengthening knowledge in specific areas that have to do with crimes of an economic nature, such as financial, tax, environmental, and electronic commerce; as well as in those crimes whose incidence in contemporary life take on special relevance such as those that affect sexual freedom and integrity, traffic legislation, narcotic and psychotropic substances, property, and cultural heritage.
To complete a minor in Criminal Law, students must:
1. Pass a TOTAL of 6 subjects. Law students can take the three Law Electives that appear in their curriculum to comply with 3 subjects of this minor and the other 3 subjects must be chosen from those listed in the curriculum of the minor.
2. Additionally, the law student has 2 options:
- Take the JUR Comprehensive Assessment class on the topic of the chosen minor field.
- Carry out research work, approved by the coordinator of the minor, according to the requirements established in the Regulations of Minor Fields of the College of Law.