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 focuses on the application of advanced computer and geographical information systems (GIS) in the collection and analysis of crime data. Data from local, state, and federal agencies are considered. Students are encouraged to join the International Association of Crime Analysis. Graduates will enter the field of Crime Analysis as civilians or sworn officers, depending on their career goal. This program also appeals to international students interested in applying such technology to their country’s police system. Students are required to complete a research project as well as present their findings at a departmental crime research forum.
Students earning a B.S. degree in criminal justice with a concentration in crime analysis must complete the University Core Curriculum, the common courses for criminal justice majors listed above, and the following: