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.

Degree Plan
Course Rotations


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