Bachelors

BA, Criminal Justice, Security Services

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Security Services

The program is designed to explore the complex profiles of those who commit crimes, analyze how the American correctional system manages them, and evaluates the impact of Homeland Security in a post 9/11 world. The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a concentration in security services examines information security and administration, management principles, risk analysis, loss prevention and emergency planning concepts.

BA, Criminal Justice, Forensics

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Forensics

The program is designed to explore the complex profiles of those who commit crimes, analyze how the American correctional system manages them, and evaluates the impact of Homeland Security in a post 9/11 world. The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a concentration in forensics examines the dynamics of crime scene investigation including managing and documenting evidence.

BA, Criminal Justice, Victim Advocacy - Social Justice

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Victim Advocacy - Social Justice

The program is designed to explore the complex profiles of those who commit crimes, analyze how the American correctional system manages them, and evaluates the impact of Homeland Security in a post 9/11 world. The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a concentration in victim advocacy - social justice examines domestic violence, community corrections, alternative sentences and mental health concepts in society.

RN to BSN

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

BA, Social Work

Bachelor of Arts in Social Work

BA, Sociology

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

BA, Social Science

Bachelor of Arts in Social Science

BA, Psychology

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

BA, Legal Studies

Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies

The program gives students the theoretical, historical, social and political foundations to understand law in a democratic society. The Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies utilizes research strategies to develop the critical thinking and argumentation skills needed for successful careers in the fields of law, public administration and city government systems.

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