Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Degree Program

Bachelor of Science (BS) - Major in Social Science - Concentration in Criminal Justice

History Degree ProgramThe major in Social Science provides students with a multi-disciplinary perspective through the use of introductions to political science, history, geography, economics and sociology. Extended campus students are afforded the opportunity to choose degree concentrations in Criminal Justice, History, Homeland Security and Political Science. Students are to complete a specific number of credit hours in their chosen discipline. 

While some graduates pursue degrees in law enforcement, government, law, or public administration, many will pursue jobs with private companies, government agencies, or non-profit organizations. Social Science degrees offer flexibility in designing a broad-based, liberal arts education program that fulfills the goals of each individual student.

Program Overview:

General Education Core Courses (59 Semester Hours)  
Fine Arts (art/music/theatre)  
English Fundamentals ENGL 100
Academic Writing ENGL 101
Academic Writing & Lit ENGL 102
Literature Elective  
Literature Elective  
Fundamentals of Math MATH 110
MATH Elective  
Statistics MATH 160
Foreign Language 101
Foreign Language 102
Foreign Language 201
Science with lab  
Science with lab  
Introduction to Christianity RELG 125
Elective RELG
Western Civilization I HIST 111
Western Civilization II HIST 112
Personal Wellness PE 185
Activity PE 111

Curriculum Information:

For a complete overview of the program and requirements, please view our Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice Description and Requirements summary sheet.

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