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Undergraduate Programs

The Department of Justice Studies offers students an integrated and interdisciplinary education.  Graduates are prepared for academic and professional careers in a variety of justice fields. 

Graduates will develop knowledge, skills and attitudes in critical thinking and problem solving, professional writing and communications, research methods, policy analysis, and ethics related to justice theories, phenomena and practices.

The Department of Justice Studies offers the following undergraduate programs:

  • Bachelor of Human Justice
  • Bachelor of Police Studies
  • Bachelor of Justice Studies (available to students enrolled prior to May 1, 2012)

 

Diploma in Justice Studies (60.0 credit hours)

Certificate in Justice Studies (30.0 credit hours)

Certificate in Law and Society (30.0 credit hours)

Minor in Justice Studies (18.0 credit hours)

Minor in Law and Society (18.0 credit hours)

 

Refer to the left-hand menu to learn more about our undergraduate program options or refer to the Department of Justice Studies’ section of the Undergraduate Calendar.