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Criminal Justice, BA

Criminal Justice careers may entail law enforcement, probation and corrections, legal research, or homeland security. Preparation for professional and graduate schools includes law school or advanced degrees in Sociology. Today,  a variety of  master’s and doctoral programs are offered in criminal justice, criminology, gender studies, urban sociology, and applied sociology across the country and around the globe.

To graduate with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice, a student must complete at least 121 credit hours of course work.  Course work includes General Education courses as well as Criminal Justice courses and an internship.  A minimum grade of “C” is required in most Criminal Justice courses. 

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