Programs > Criminal Justice
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice provides general knowledge of the methods and theories of social science, along with a specialized understanding of criminal activity, policing, corrections, criminal court procedures, and social policy as it relates to crime control.
The Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ) program is for those who wish to enter or advance a criminal justice career, especially those considering advanced studies or administration and research in the area of criminal justice.
The Master of Criminal Justice concentration in Cybercrime Investigation & Cybersecurity allows students to develop competency and practical knowledge, enabling them to work with various issues related to cybercrime, including cybercriminology and the legal practices, practical digital investigative knowledge, and policies related to cybersecurity risk assessment.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Criminal Justice provides a comprehensive and in-depth study into the critical areas of the justice system—police, courts, and prisons.
The Graduate Certificate in Cybercrime Investigation & Cybersecurity (CIC) offers an interdisciplinary approach that combines criminal justice and cybersecurity. The curriculum ensures that students develop competency and practical knowledge, enabling them to work with various issues related to cybercrime.