The College of Criminal Justice offers a wide selection of degree programs in the criminal justice field to fit your unique needs and interests. Choose from face-to-face classes, online options, or weekend studies to fit your needs.
Criminal Justice and Criminology
The Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology presents programs that focus on the special needs of crime victims, careers in law enforcement or corrections, or the study of the causes of criminal behavior and victimization.
- Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
- Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management (Online Only)
- Master of Arts in Criminal Justice and Criminology (On Campus Only)
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice (Online Only)
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management (Intensive Weekend)
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management (Online)
- Ph.D. in Criminal Justice (On Campus Only)
The Department of Forensic Science prepares forensic scientists to work in civil or criminal crime labs or in the field in handling, analyzing, and interpreting evidence in cases.
The Department of Security Studies ensures the safety and security of our communities by preparing students for all aspects of the Homeland Security Enterprise, including public and private security, intelligence, and security management.
- Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security Studies (Online Only)
- Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security Studies (Online Only)
- Graduate Certificate in Critical Infrastructure Protection (Online Only)
- Graduate Certificate in Emergency Management
- Master of Science in Homeland Security Studies
The Department of Victim Studies enables current and future victim service professionals the tools needed to restore survivors' feelings of safety, choice and control.