The criminal justice degree will prepare students to enter a field with many career options. Students will take courses in a wide variety of criminal justice-related topics that provide a solid foundation to jumpstart their career. Graduates have the opportunity begin their career in law enforcement (local, state, or federal) or in corrections (security, treatment, etc.). A criminal justice degree is also a solid foundation for those desiring to attend law school to become an attorney. For those already employed in the criminal justice field, a bachelor’s degree will assist in career advancement and open up promotion opportunities.
|Area A-F||60 Hours|
|Required Upper Division Criminal Justice Courses||21 Hours|
Choose 13 Courses
|Total Credit HoursVaries by institution||120-124 Hours|