Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice – Marshall University
The Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice degree program provides undergraduate students with a high quality criminal justice education.
A unique contribution of the Criminal Justice program is to develop students’ intellectual abilities, critical thinking skills, research skills, language/communication skills, and problem solving skills within a broad based exposure to the study of the law, the legal system, and the practical realities of how social, economic, and political contexts influence the roles of professionals/practitioners and also the operation of the criminal justice system.
Students will be prepared for future success in:
Public Service (i.e. law enforcement, courts and administration, probation, parole, jails and prisons, juvenile justice, victims’ services, and training/teaching)
Private Sector (i.e. loss prevention/security and corrections)