The major in Criminal Justice provides students with an academically sound understanding of crime, justice, and the criminal justice system. Students majoring in Criminal Justice receive a foundation in theory and research as well as opportunities for practical application through an internship within the field. This major is for students who may pursue careers over a wide range of criminal justice opportunities within city, state and federal jurisdictions - probation, police, immigration and naturalization, U.S. Marshals and the FBI. The Bachelor of Arts major in Criminal Justice includes two semesters of foreign language study. Students are also encouraged to think about a possible minor in another area of study.
Students must obtain a C- or better in each course required for the major, minor and the concentration.
Completing this degree program students will be able to:
Demonstrate knowledge in their specific content areas.
Demonstrate the ability to articulate ideas both orally and in written form