Undergraduate Information

The study of criminal justice offers students the opportunity to study fascinating issues of crime and justice that are critical to the functioning of a healthy society. Understanding patterns and causes of crime, the challenges facing criminal justice agencies as they seek to balance crime control with preservation of civil liberties, and the growing importance of security management in what has been called the “risk society” are just some of the issues you will study as a criminal justice major.

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Major Requirements
Student Planning Guide
Minors, Additional Majors, and Second Degrees

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Course Information

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Description of Criminal Justice Courses

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