The Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice degree program provides courses in history, theory, current events, criminal justice systems, law, and treatment intervention. Students will learn through a variety of instructors withe expertise in law, juvenile delinquency, counseling, corrections, probation, parole, and law enforcement.
Studying communication skills through discussions, presentations, and writing provides students with a firm foundation for careers in law enforcement, probation, parole, counseling, and law. Students will have hands on training in a variety of law enforcement areas, and are also required to complete a 200 hour internship which must occur during a semester of study.
Jobs in the field of Criminal Justice majors include those in Law enforcement, corrections, counseling, probation, parole, law, and private security positions.
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Clark Egnor, Ed.D.
Coordinator of International Programs
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