Criminal Justice

 

The Criminal Justice Program combines the study of criminal law, and law enforcement, in a practical yet creative manner.  This course of study will prepare students for a variety of careers in or related to the justice system. Students who choose one of these degree paths will find that there are a variety of career choices. Careers in public safety include front-line positions such as state and local law enforcement officers, parole and probation officers, border guards and corrections officers. Additionally, students can pursue careers in federal law enforcement including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Degree Plan (BA)

Degree Plan (BS)

Program Description (Criminal Justice Law Enforcement)

Course Rotations

Careers

These degrees will prepare students interested in employment in the corporate or private security arena such as corporate security specialists, private security personnel, investigators, and more.

Martin University also offers a B.S. Criminal Justice with a concentration in Law Enforcement.

 
For more information contact:
Dr. Miltina Gavia
mgavia@martin.edu