Bachelor of Criminal Justice

Criminology and criminal justice programs offer studies in criminal and deviant behavior, as well as government response to such behavior. A Bachelor of Science in Criminology or Criminal Justice can lead to careers in law enforcement, security and human services. Bachelor of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice programs are generally based around social sciences, and they tend to focus their curricula around components of the criminal justice system and ways to maintain an orderly society. Students may learn theories, policies, practices and laws associated with criminal behavior. Students have the ability to learn from experts in a variety of related fields, including policing, fraud or court systems, and many programs introduce students to legal norms and various ways agencies try to control deviant behavior. Students usually have the opportunity to gain skills in critical analysis, problem solving, research and communication as they develop understanding of issues at individual, community and social levels. An applicant to such a program must typically have completed high school or the equivalent, and may need to meet a minimum GPA requirement.

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