The Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration degree program prepares both entry-level and seasoned professionals from diverse backgrounds in the theoretical foundations, knowledge, skills, and practices of criminal justice administration inclusive of law enforcement, courts, and corrections. This program of study enables students to develop rational decisions and informed responses to the daily challenges one faces in law enforcement, courts, and corrections operations. Additionally, the program prepares students for entrance into concentrated areas of criminal justice in master degree programs or related disciplines. This program promotes a commitment to continued scholarship and service among graduates as future and continuing members of law enforcement, courts, and corrections initiatives in a manner that remains conducive to enhancing professionalism in a diverse community.
Major Requirements | Total Required Semester Hours: 36
Concentration Courses : Total Required Semester Hours: 12 HOURS
Humanities and Fine Arts
Social and Behavioral Science
Electives | Total Required Semester Hours: 36