The criminal justice program is unique in that it is broad-based, and has a broad spectrum of expertise and real life work experience from the faculty. The academic offerings are designed to encompass current events and real situations – thus giving the student a more accurate assessment of the current world. Civic engagement, restorative justice, ethics and the ability for criminal justice students to work in the real world are strongly emphasized.
In the criminal justice program, students will:
Students may enter careers in law enforcement, corrections, probation, parole, or private security, as well as pursue graduate studies in criminal justice, sociology, law and other human service disciplines.
Associates of Science in Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Master of Science in Organizational Leadership: Criminal Justice
Criminal justice with concentrations in: law enforcement, corrections, forensic investigation, and natural resource management
Criminal Justice is available as a minor in conjunction with any major
“I wanted to go into law enforcement because I really wanted to help people,” said Guderian. “I love the feeling that I get when I…when you can go out into the community and really make a difference in a person’s life.”
-Officer Cara Gudarian, 2016; read more here