Criminal Justice degrees - results 51-60 of 3286

  1. Criminal Justice

    Hodges University - Naples, FL

    • BS

    The Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MCJ) is designed as a comprehensive and contemporary study of the criminal justice system. The program is conceptually based, thereby offering students the opportunity to develop a theoretical understanding of criminal and deviant behavior that is applicable

  2. Criminal Justice

    Mount Mercy University - Cedar Rapids, IA

    • BA

    or private security, Mount Mercy's criminal justice major provides a unique blend of courses taught by professors with a broad range of experiences. Students progress through a liberal arts-based criminal justice curriculum, preparing for graduate school and/or careers in criminal justice-related fields

  3. Criminal Justice

    Eastern Washington University - Cheney, WA

    • Bachelor's

    a thorough understanding of the criminal justice system and its role in society. The program is used for placement in: law enforcement, corrections, the juvenile justice system and criminal justice investigation

  4. Criminal Justice

    Mount Mercy University - Cedar Rapids, IA

    • Bachelor's

    or private security, Mount Mercy's criminal justice major provides a unique blend of courses taught by professors with a broad range of experiences. Students progress through a liberal arts-based criminal justice curriculum, preparing for graduate school and/or careers in criminal justice-related fields

  5. Criminal Justice

    Evangel University - Springfield, MO

    • Minor

    A minor in Criminal Justice provides a solid foundation for students to become involved in the multifaceted criminal justice system, which includes law enforcement, juvenile justice, probation and parole, corrections, private security and the courts. Our Criminal Justice minor can enhance and complement a variety of majors, depending on your

  6. Criminal Justice

    Holy Family University - Philadelphia, PA

    • BS

    state, and federal agencies. A criminal justice degree also is excellent preparation for law school. Some of the classes you will take as a criminal justice major include: Introduction to the Criminal Justice System Nature of Crime and Delinquency Criminal Law Social Deviance General Psychology Introductory Sociology

  7. Criminal Justice

    Metropolitan State University - Saint Paul, MN

    • BA

    the different components of the criminal justice system. Students completing a criminal justice major are well-prepared for employment and advancement in a wide range of criminal justice careers. To earn a BA with a major in criminal justice, students must complete the minimum bachelor's degree requirements, (120 credits), including general education

  8. Criminal Justice

    Florida Atlantic University - Boca Raton, FL

    • Bachelor's

    apply to careers within the criminal and juvenile justice systems and the study of law. The baccalaureate degree in Criminal Justice provides the student with a suitable foundation for graduate study in criminal justice, criminology, public administration, and other graduate school programs

  9. Criminal Justice

    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville - Edwardsville, IL

    • Bachelor's

    the origins and development of criminal law and procedure; the functions and operations of criminal justice agencies in America, including the criminal justice response to juvenile offenders; the prevention of crime and delinquency; privatization in corrections and policing; the nature, meaning, and purpose of criminal punishment; the

  10. Criminal Justice

    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville - Edwardsville, IL

    • BA

    the origins and development of criminal law and procedure; the functions and operations of criminal justice agencies in America, including the criminal justice response to juvenile offenders; the prevention of crime and delinquency; privatization in corrections and policing; the nature, meaning, and purpose of criminal punishment; the

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