The Department of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science exists to provide students a quality education through theoretical and practical training in both the criminal justice and judicial administration arena. Criminal justice professors provide services in (1) assisting in the personal and professional development of students and actively encouraging students to continue their graduate education; (2) stimulating students’ social consciousness and commitment to social justice and community life; and (3) engaging students in relevant social research to enhance critical and analytical skill development. A student will earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice.
General Education Courses Total Hours — 46
(100- to 200-level courses can be taken at a two- or four-year institution)
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