Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Real Learning, Real World...Real Jobs!

Our Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (BSCJ) combines a strong foundation of core classes with focused areas of study to create an individualized degree plan. Concentrations in Forensics, Juvenile Justice, Law Enforcement, or Justice Studies allow you to develop your own career path with the guidance of experienced faculty in each area!


The only program of its kind in the country, class work and hands-on field exercises provide specialized education in crime scene management and evidence recovery with which few can compete in today’s job market!

Juvenile Justice

Prepare for careers developing programs, policies, and strategies to address juvenile delinquency, crime, and related social problems!

Law Enforcement

Specialized courses and hands-on practical training develop the professional skills to prepare you for initial police employment and a career in law enforcement!

Justice Studies

Choose classes right for you to develop a broad foundation and wide array of employment choices and opportunities!

Experiential Learning

All BSCJ students complete at least one approved Experiential Learning activity that enhances learning and positions them for success after graduation. These opportunities connect students’ academic foundations to the world beyond the classroom through hands-on practicums and experience. The wide array of criminal justice courses designated as “Experiential Learning” allows students to participate in multiple opportunities through elective coursework or by completing courses already required in certain BSCJ concentrations.


The following courses are approved to satisfy the BSCJ Experiential Learning requirement:

  • CJ 304 Law Enforcement Professional Practice
  • CJ 305 Corrections Professional Practice
  • CJ 401 Command and Leadership
  • CJ 421 Apprenticeship III
  • CJ 435 Criminalistics
  • CJ 455 Travel Study
  • CJ 480 Internship


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