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Criminal Justice is the study of the components of the criminal justice system and
how they operate together. A Criminal Justice degree at King provides insight into
the many ways the system creates policy and change including:
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. This program and mix
of courses will be beneficial to those entering the field upon graduation or those
beginning graduate or law school. Our program prepares students to:
The field of criminal justice is one of the nation’s largest employers and has better
than average job growth expected in the next several years (Bureau of Labor Statistics).
Having this degree will aid individuals in future job promotions and help them in
competitive markets such as state- and federal-level law enforcement.
Child Protective Services
Law enforcement officer
Probation and Parole
To view all required courses for a B.S. in Criminal Justice please click here.
For course descriptions please 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.