Our criminal justice programs prepare students for a changing workforce, as well as continued learning. Some of our students use their degree as a stepping stone to executive positions in law enforcement, crime analysis, human services and many other areas. Others want to expand their knowledge of criminal justice before beginning law school.
The faculty at the School of Public Affairs have years of research experience in criminology and criminal justice, making classes engaging and thoughtful. As seasoned professionals in the field, our lecturers are eager to share their stories and insights with students.
Whether you’re ready for a career in criminal justice or want to continue your studies, we’ll be here to help you succeed.
Optional concentrations: Law Enforcement; Victims and Victim Services
High-achieving undergraduate students can earn a bachelor's and master's degree in an accelerated time frame, saving time and money.
Optional concentrations: Crime Analysis; Disasters, Hazards, and Emergency Management; Emergency Management and Homeland Security; Gender-Based Violence