B.S. Criminal Justice

Law Enforcement Concentration

Students seeking a degree in Criminal Justice Law Enforcement will take interdisciplinary courses that explore the impact of world religions, cultures, ethnicities and languages on business/economic systems and global conflict. Students are required to complete twelve credits of a foreign language. The Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Program provides a broad understanding of the criminal justice system in the United States and a fundamental knowledge of the social and behavioral sciences. This track is exceptional for students who wish to proceed to law school.

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Individuals with a B.S. Criminal Justice Law Enforcement degree will be qualified to seek employment as Court Clerks, Bailiffs, Paralegals, Law Office Assistants, Law Librarians, and more.

For more information contact

Dr. Miltina Gavia
mgavia@martin.edu