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Bachelor of Science
Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice Program offers a unique blend of criminal law and law enforcement studies, fostering practical yet innovative approaches. This comprehensive curriculum equips students for diverse careers within or connected to the justice system. Through in-depth exploration, we analyze crime, policing, the court system, and corrections in all their intricacies. Our faculty members bring extensive expertise in criminal justice, criminology, psychology, philosophy, sociology, and law, fostering critical thinking and interdisciplinary research skills among students.

Career Outcomes

  • State & Local Law Enforcement

  • Parole Officer

  • Probation Officer

  • Border Patrol

  • Correctional Officers

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Criminal Justice Course Requirements

 

  • CRJ 100 Intro to Criminal Justice (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 150 Criminology (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 200 Criminal Law (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 250 Introduction to Law Enforcement (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 275 Crime and Public Policy (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 320 Criminal Investigations (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 340 Court Procedure & Testimony (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 350 Corrections (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 360 Juvenile Delinquency (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 370 Probation and Parole (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 381 Race, Ethnicity, and Gender Issues (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 400 White Collar Crime (3 cr hours)

  • CRJ 499 Capstone/ Final Project (3 cr hours)

  • ENG 235 Research and Writing (3 cr hours)

Students must complete all course requirements as well as the general education core. Any elective hours will also be required to reach the 120-hour minimum graduation requirement. Please refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalog for all course descriptions.
Cybersecurity

Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice
Concentration in Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity
In today’s digital age, constant digital threats pose risks to individuals, corporations, and government systems. As a concentration of the B.S. in Criminal Justice, this program focuses on equipping students with the necessary skills to anticipate and combat evolving cyber threats, alongside fundamental IT skills crucial for cybersecurity roles.

Cybersecurity Course Requirements
 

  • Introduction to Cybersecurity

  • Cybercrime and Governance

  • Modern Cybersecurity

  • Network and System Security

  • Cyber Forensics

  • Capstone-Ethical Hacking

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