Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
日本一本道a不卡免费Building on the College's strengths in Sociology and Psychology, the Criminal Justice major will prepare students for employment in those social services and criminal justice sectors which directly support police and government law enforcement efforts.
日本一本道a不卡免费The program will also prepare them for graduate work in these fields. The focus of the major will be to ensure that students understand the criminal justice system in the United States as it is related to class structure, race, ethnicity, and gender so that they will develop a more person-centered understanding of crime and law enforcement. Counseling skills, coupled with an understanding of individuals' behavior within families and groups in society, will ensure that students, as leaders in the community and as professionals, are prepared for respectful and effective interaction with citizens.
日本一本道a不卡免费This focus on a person-centered orientation, rooted in the discipline of Sociology, also provides a strong foundation from which "action-oriented" ethics teaching can be provided. Our students, through both core and major courses, as well as in their Criminal Justice field experiences, will be exposed to and practice ethical reasoning and will work to gain an understanding of the perspective of others.
Our students receive extensive field experience through participation in at least one guided internship. This experience provides a more broad set of career options, including graduate education in fields such as criminal justice, law, social work or public administration.
Criminal Justice Camp: James Scott
Where Will Your Degree Take You?
Earn Your Degree With Our Accelerated And Flexible Courses
Bachelor of Science in Business Management is offered in our new FLEX format.
With the FLEX format, you can choose to take each class in either a blended or online format. Each time you register for a new course, you can choose one of these formats:
- Blended - Classes run for eight weeks with a combination of one on-ground session at either of our New Haven or East Hartford campuses and one online assignment each week from the comfort of your home or office. Students who choose this option often enjoy the best of "both worlds" as they benefit from in-class discussion with their classmates and professors while maintaining the convenience of working on projects and assignments from home.
- Online - Online or Distance Learning classes run for eight weeks with two online "sessions" each week that you can "attend" from the comfort of your own home or office.
Total Credits: 45
Required Criminal Justice Core (27 credits)
Upper-Level Courses (12 credits)
Criminal Justice Electives (6 credits)
Evening students may substitute CJ 390 Independent Research for the internship. Open to both junior- and senior-level students.
Students wishing to minor in criminal justice must take CJ 111 and any five other criminal justice classes