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Criminal Justice is the study of the components of the criminal justice system and
how they operate together. This program provides a full survey of courses designed
to learn about each aspect of our justice system and the theories and research behind
it. It provides a mix of courses that will be beneficial to those entering the field
upon graduation or those beginning graduate or law school.
The criminal justice program places an emphasis on understanding many different forms
of justice from the typical punitive practices to alternatives such as restorative
justice. Instead of focusing on punishment only, restorative justice seeks to repair
the harm that was done and restore the relationships of those involved. This is done
by holding the offender accountable and giving the victim a voice in the process.
Restorative justice combines the elements of social control with the principles of
Christianity and forgiveness, which helps students to live out King’s mission to build
meaningful lives of achievement and cultural transformation in Christ.
Child Protective Services
Law enforcement officer
Probation and Parole
To view all required Daytime courses for a BS in Criminal Justice click here.
To view all required Evening and Weekend courses for a BS in Criminal Justice click here.
To view all required courses for a Minor in Criminal Justice click here.
For Criminal Justice course descriptions click here.
The Criminal Justice program requires a laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 or later,
and wireless and webcam capability.
For information about accreditation click here.
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