The Undergraduate Program in Criminology and Justice offers preparation for a wide-ranging career fields, including federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. To enroll, complete our undergraduate admission requirements.
The undergraduate Criminal Justice program (BCJ) admissions application is processed by the School of Graduate and Professional Studies since it is primarily run as an evening program. This degree provides a multidisciplinary study of the structure, administration, and dynamics of the criminal justice system. The system, a network of agencies at the local, state, and federal levels, is composed of law enforcement, the courts, corrections, and the private/corporate criminal justice sector. Courses examine components of the criminal justice system and provoke critical thinking on the competing ideologies of crime and correction.
The Graduate Program in Criminal Justice offers an accelerated course format that can be completed in 12 months with a solid foundation in theoretical and applied knowledge, crime data and analysis, administration and management. The program is designed for professionals in criminal justice or private security seeking to advance in their careers. Acceptance is based on a combination of criteria outlined in our graduate admission requirements.