This bachelor's degree program is designed to provide students with the tools necessary to gain employment in related criminal justice fields such as probation, parole, policing, asset protection and other non-practitioner roles such as research and rehabilitation counseling.
Undergraduate Degree Program
Master's Degree Programs
The School of Criminal Justice and Criminology offers a Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) degree with two tracks of study: a Thesis Option (30 credit hours) or a Non-Thesis Option (36 credit hours).
Doctoral Degree Program
Our School offers a doctoral program where students acquire higher-level research and analytical skills, engage in research with faculty, and acquire the teaching experiences crucial to those pursuing academic positions.