Students earning the B.S. degree in criminal justice are required to complete at least 122 credits, including the University Core Curriculum and the common courses for criminal justice majors listed below:
This concentration prepares students for careers with federal, state, local, and private correctional agencies and with service agencies whose mission brings them into regular contact with the justice system. The curriculum is geared to preparing service providers with knowledge of law and of social and behavioral sciences as well as communication skills with children, adolescents, and people of diverse cultural backgrounds.
Students earning a B.S. degree in criminal justice with a concentration in juvenile and family justice must complete the University Core Curriculum, the common courses for criminal justice majors listed above, and the following: