Department of Justice Studies, Undergraduate
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Juvenile Justice
The Department of Justice Studies houses undergraduate programs leading to Bachelor of Science degrees in Criminal Justice and Juvenile Justice. The Criminal Justice degree has five concentrations to choose from (policing, corrections, juvenile justice, legal studies, and criminalistics) or no concentration selection.
Only courses passed with grades of "C" or higher may be applied to the forty-two (42) semester hours constituting the Major Requirements for Criminal Justice.