The Associate of Science in Criminal Justice degree program presents the major components of the criminal justice system, including criminal behavior, law enforcement organizations and systems, legal principles, and fundamentals of criminal investigation.
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice is for students who are interested in careers in law enforcement, legal, and forensics science. The program covers topics such as victimology, probation and parole, and private security.
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice is a multidisciplinary, broad-based program that includes study in the overall criminal justice discipline and stresses the application of theory and research to current managerial and societal issues.
The Master of Public Administration is a professional degree program that attracts those interested in the workings, administration, and management of federal, state, or local government, as well as current public administrators who want to augment their professional experience.