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Bachelor of Science
Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice major currently requires a total of 45 hours consisting of 30 hours of core courses and 15 hours in one of three options: law enforcement, corrections or criminology. Anyone majoring in Criminal Justice must also complete all other courses required by the university as well as a minor area of study. Some of the minors commonly taken by Criminal Justice Majors are: Criminology, Sociology, Accounting, Cybersecurity, Social Work, Social Rehabilitation and Treatment, Psychology, Political Science, Computer Science, Foreign Language, and Anthropology (not all minors listed are available completely online without prior coursework).

Recommended For

Students interested in the following fields: Federal Law Enforcement, Corrections and Related Services, State Law Enforcement, Security, Local Police.

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