Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration

Criminal Justice

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration offered at Waldorf College is designed to provide students with a strong knowledge of criminal justice as well as business and management. In addition to courses in the three primary components of criminal justice- law enforcement, courts and corrections; there is also a strong focus on business and management.  The uniqueness of this program allows the student to have two areas of strength: criminal justice and business. This provides the student with core competencies in criminal justice as well as the skills necessary to assume greater responsibilities within their organizations. An added benefit is that with three additional business courses, the student can receive a minor in business, providing them with a more diversified education as they seek career placement.

Areas of employment are wide ranging, including local, state, and federal law enforcement, courts, corrections and Homeland Security. Students can also obtain employment in other areas such as the Department of Natural Resources, juvenile justice, and private security. Criminal Justice Administration majors will closely interact with Waldorf’s faculty who bring real-world experience to the classroom.

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