Criminal justice careers include an exciting array of possibilities. By obtaining a degree in criminal justice, you will join graduates of our program who have gone on to careers in federal and governmental agencies around the world, including the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and numerous state and local criminal justice agencies. Discover all that our degree programs offer.
Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice
- Strong social science research component
- Directed toward evaluating the effectiveness of criminal justice
Bachelor of Criminal Justice
- Study of the structure, administration, and dynamics of the criminal justice system
- Provokes critical thinking on the competing ideologies of crime and correction.
- Designed for students studying another specialty but looking for a criminal justice or forensic science component to complement their studies.
- 21 credit hours to complete your minor in criminal justice or forensic science.
- Master of Criminal Justice: Designed for professionals wanting to further their career. 30 credit hours to complete your master’s degree. Read more »
- Master of Criminal Justice/Master of Pastoral Studies: Dual degree designed for professionals working with the criminal justice system and faith-based organizations. Read more »
- Master of Criminal Justice/Master of Counseling: The Criminal Justice - Counseling dual degree offers graduates many more career options, unparalleled depth in their academic preparation and an enviable range of clinical training experiences. Read more»