Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
New day, new challenge. New ways to serve.
Are you passionate about helping others? Do you wake up every day wanting to make a difference in your city? The criminal justice and law enforcement curriculum prepares students for direct entry into municipal and private criminal justice agencies. The program uses federal, state, and local facilities to supplement course instruction, and because of Coppin’s location, field training, internships, and cooperative education experiences provide real world value.
Upon completion of the program, a criminal justice graduate will be able to:
- Possess excellent written and oral communication skills
- Be able to apply criminological theories, logic and quantitative analysis to criminal justice problems and policies
- Be socially and self-aware of the myriad of factors that comprise the criminal justice field
- Positively contribute to the criminal justice field in either law enforcement, courts or corrections
The minor in Criminal Justice prepares recipients for advanced study and or entry into federal, state, county, municipal, and private Criminal Justice agencies.
CRJU 301 and CRJU 323 are prerequisite courses and should be taken before taking other Criminal Justice Courses.
The following is a sample plan of study. This is not intended as a self-advising guide or as a substitute for seeing your academic advisor about your specific plan of study. Please speak to an advisor before choosing your course load each semester.