A major in Criminal Justice at Benedictine prepares you to work in any branch of criminal justice that interests you - from crime scene investigation to the courts. You learn from instructors with real world experience, including police chiefs and attorneys. You explore important social issues through coursework in sociology, psychology, economics, political science and anthropology. You interact with peers through the Criminal Justice Club and honor societies in Social Science and Psychology. The Criminal Justice major can also serve as a basis for graduate work or as a foundation if you plan to attend law school.
The Criminal Justice program can be offered at off campus sites to corporate partners. Learn more about our partnership opportunities at ben.edu/partner.Program Formats and Locations:
Minimum 36 transferable credit hours, Cumulative GPA 2.0/ 4.0 from any college level coursework, 22 years of age or older, two years of work experience.
Students who do not meet the above admissions requirements are encouraged to contact the Admissions Office to set up an appointment with one of our adult admission representatives to discuss the Admission Committee review process.