Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
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Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

Our small classes are taught by scholars who are experts in their fields of criminal justice and sociology. They are supported by adjunct faculty who have experience as criminal justice attorneys, gang unit and state police officers, and probation administrators, providing you with both theoretical and applied criminal justice classroom and mentoring experiences.

In the criminal justice program, student internships are required. Some of the placements include Homeland Security, state and federal probation systems, state and local police departments, and local and regional courts. There are also cooperative education opportunities available for students to develop and implement a project with an agency. Our Washington semester offers classes at American University in Washington D.C., where you could land an internship with a government agency.

A special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration, an expert on gangs and gang suppression in New York City, an investigator for a major insurance claims management firm, and a U.S. Secret Service agent are all positions held by our graduates. Where will you go?

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