Criminal Justice

Students who complete the criminal justice curriculum are prepared for work in law enforcement, probation,  corrections, and other positions in the field of criminal justice. There will always be need for law enforcement and criminal justice professionals. A criminal justice degree is also excellent preparation for further study in criminal justice, sociology, law, or in other human services disciplines. Students interested in transferring may wish to take advantage of the Criminal Justice 2+2 Articulation Agreements in place with MSU-Billings and Norwich University. 

Suggested Courses
Credits
CJUS121 Intro to Criminal Justice 3
CJUS200 Principles of Criminal Law 3
CJUS208 Criminal Justice Ethics & Leadership 3
CJUS220 Intro to Corrections 3
CJUS231 Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3
PSCI210 Intro to American Government 3
PSCI260 Intro to State & Local Government 3
PSYX100 Intro to Psychology 3
SOCI101 Intro to Sociology 3
SOCI201 Social Problems 3
SOCI206 Deviant Behavior 3
SOCI211 Intro to Criminology 3
SOCI236 Intro to Race & Ethnic Relations 3
SOCI260 Intro to Juvenile Delinquency 3