Criminal Justice

Bachelors of Science

The Department of Criminal Justice offers challenging coursework, hands-on learning opportunities, and community-based internships that will help you build your leadership, communication, and collaborative skills.

You’ll learn the theoretical, practical, and empirical aspects of criminal justice from faculty members who are leaders and professionals in their fields and are dedicated to helping you excel in your studies.

When you graduate, you will be well-prepared for a rewarding career in law enforcement, corrections, or social/rehabilitative services within the criminal justice system or for graduate school, where you can advance your education in fields including criminology, criminal justice, and law.

Popular Minors for Criminal Justice Students
  • Anthropology/Sociology Minor 
  • Applied Ethics Minor
  • Business Administration Minor   
  • Child Welfare & Family Studies Minor  
  • Computing Minor    
  • Cybersecurity Minor 
  • French Minor
  • Geographic Information Systems Minor     
  • Information Technology Minor
  • Peace & Social Justice Studies Minor
  • Political Science Minor
  • Pre-Law Minor
  • Professional Communication Minor
  • Psychology Minor
  • Spanish Minor
  • Women’s Studies Minor

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