Criminal Justice Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, all graduates will be able to

  1. Articulate the theories, policies, practices, processes, and reforms of the major institutions of social control.
  2. Apply the theories and principles of both substantive and procedural law that regulate the justice system.
  3. Formulate a problem and assemble relevant information in order to develop a well-considered solution in a formal proposal and research paper.
  4. Employ an ethical framework to reach judgments and make decisions as a criminal justice professional.
  5. Apply classroom learning in an area of the criminal justice system through direct experience (or "through an experiential learning opportunity") in a criminal or juvenile justice agency or organization.