Criminology and criminal justice majors study the methods of law enforcement, judicial action and systems in place to enforce the law. This program draws from a variety of disciplines and consists of coursework in theory, organization, law and practice. Whether students are already involved in a branch of the law or simply have been drawn to it, a bachelor’s degree in criminology and criminal justice can prepare you to take the lead in this fast-growing field.
Employment opportunities include:
- Counselor at a correctional facility
- Corrections officer
- Court official
- Police officer/law enforcement official