Department of Criminal Justice and Public Administration
College of Liberal Arts
Neff Hall 260 ~ 260-481-6351
Jospeter Mbuba, Chair and Lead Advisor
Amber Miller, Administrative Assistant
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (BSCJ) degree program puts our students on a fast-track for careers in the dynamic field of criminal justice. It also equips students with the skills necessary for graduate school and guarantees sufficient exposure to a foreign language to enrich career paths and broaden professional opportunities. The program also features a minor in criminal justice for students who are majoring in other fields. There is an opportunity for internships, during which students engage with potential employers and hone career skills prior to graduation. The internship program is designed for maximum flexibility; internships can be full-time or part-time, and paid or unpaid.
For further information on majors and minors, see Program Descriptions in this catalog.