The criminal justice major examines federal, state, and local law enforcement history and procedure, the federal and state court system and administration, criminology, and the use of corrections to both rehabilitate and punish offenders. The study of criminal justice can give students a richer understanding of ways that laws, law enforcement agencies, court systems, and corrections interact to work as a collective whole.
Graduates of this major will be able to:
The Criminal Justice Institute understands the demanding schedules of criminal justice personnel. The Program is available online, and delivery may be customized for individual department needs.
120 credits are required to graduate, including 30 credits in general education.