The Criminal Justice program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice provides a foundational education and understanding of the criminal justice discipline involving police, courts, and corrections. The program is designed to equip the student with critical and analytical skills in the promotion of justice, public safety, and crime prevention. It also offers broad perspectives on law, law enforcement, the judicial system, and correctional programs. The Criminal Justice degree will provide students with quality, high-level instruction that will prepare the graduate for a wide array of employment opportunities at local, state, or federal governmental levels with specialization in law enforcement, public safety, homeland security, or in emergency response.
Alpha Tau Gamma Omega (ATGO) is the student-led criminal justice organization. It remains active through meetings, annual firing range activities, fundraising for ATGO criminal justice scholarships, building professional contacts, and remaining relevant within the criminal justice community.