Frequently Asked Questions
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice FAQ
What kind of job can I get with this degree?
- Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
- Police Officer
- Court Judge
- Court Administrator
- Corrections Officer
- Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
- Public Administrator
- Homeland Security and Emergency Management Administrator
- Private or Corporate Security Officer
- State Highway Patrol Officer
- Probation and Parle Officer
- Security Analyst
- Private Consultant
- U. S Marshall Service
- U.S. Coastal Guard
- U. S. Custom Officer
- U.S. Immigration Officer
- U.S. treasury Department Officer
- U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
- Graduate Study
- Law School
How many classes do I have to take?
What kinds of classes will I have to take?
You will take classes in the following areas: Law enforcement, forensics, public management, critical thinking, communication, diversity, analytical skills or math, natural sciences, social sciences, and ethics.
How many students will be in my classes?
In most cases you will have 15-25 students in each class.
What are faculty qualifications?
Ninety-three percent hold a Ph.D. and the remaining seven percent are adjunct faculty who are specialized professionals.
Are there student organizations for this degree?