Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Produce Criminal Justice Graduates who can demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental psychological, sociological, and criminological concepts from a social science perspective and how these concepts may be applied in a wide variety of settings.
  2. Produce Criminal Justice graduates who demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental issues in the criminal justice field and the appropriate responses to these issues.
  3. Produce Criminal Justice graduates who demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental problem solving techniques available to assist individuals with various needs.
  4. Produce Criminal Justice Graduates who can demonstrate an understanding of the importance of belonging to professional organizations and the pursuit of life-long personal and professional development.
  5. Produce Criminal Justice graduates who demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental techniques and resources available to conduct applied or theoretical research.

Please select from the various Criminal Justice programs below to display the full course line-up.

Justice Administration

Justice Counseling

Law and Society

Criminal Justice (Minor)