The justice discipline represents a melding of theoretical and applied concepts, and both the B.A. degree in justice and the M.A. degree in justice administration reflect that dichotomy. Consequently, students explore theoretical models associated with different aspects of the criminal justice system, and also study its structure and administration.
The applied nature of the degree results in graduates with a B.A. in justice who can compete for positions in various justice employment fields. Justice juniors and seniors also enjoy opportunities for internships with various justice agencies.
Justice courses are available online and in the classroom.
Minimum Requirements for Justice Bachelor's Degree: 120 credits
Learn more about the bachelor’s degree in justice, including an overview of the program, career opportunities and more.
Learn more about the online bachelor’s degree in justice, including an overview of the program, career opportunities and more.