The criminal justice curriculum prepares men and women for careers and leadership roles in the prevention and correction of crime and delinquency. Students majoring in criminal justice study criminal justice systems and theories, criminal law, and corrections philosophy. Graduates are prepared for service in parole and probation agencies, correctional institutions, and federal, state, local and private investigative or security agencies, juvenile justice programs and law enforcement agencies. Graduates may choose to further their studies in graduate or law schools.
This degree program requires a minimum of 122 semester hours for completion.
Academic Degree Plans for: Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice (PDF)