30 Credit Hours


The concentration in Criminal Justice provides a broad overview of the criminal justice system, including legislation, law enforcement, courts, corrections, national security, and terrorism. The concentration will necessarily entail insights from an array of cognate disciplines including psychology, sociology, economics, law, and IT. The concentration will also engage with a range of complex cutting-edge social issues across human rights, race relations, and immigration.

The Criminal Justice concentration will prepare students for a range of specialized careers involving the discipline. Graduates are prepared to work in law enforcement, public safety, national security, legal assistance and research, internet security, juvenile justice and counseling, compliance, and business careers.