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:
The forensic psychology concentration prepares students for professional and graduate careers in various criminal justice and mental health settings. All courses focus on new developments and best practices from a cross-disciplinary perspective. The program provides a wide array of courses covering a broad spectrum of topics in forensic psychology, including areas such as experimental research, mental health law, investigative psychology and clinical services.
Students earning a B.S. degree in criminal justice with a concentration in forensic psychology must complete the University Core Curriculum, the common courses for criminal justice majors listed above, and the following: