Highlights

Our interdisciplinary liberal arts approach ensures you will understand the broader political, legal, ethical, psychological, and sociological contexts of crime and justice.

Why Study Criminal Justice?

If you want to help transform and restore the American justice system, then Wilson’s criminal justice degree could be for you. Throughout your studies, you will hone your analytical thinking, writing, and research skills, equipping you for jobs in law, law enforcement, corrections, victim advocacy, and more.

Career Paths

Earning a criminal justice degree can be the first step towards a fulfilling profession at a variety of organizations and in different fields, including

  • U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • U.S Department of Homeland Security
  • U.S. Park Service
  • state or local corrections
  • state or local law enforcement
  • state or local parole officer
  • state or local probation officer
  • paralegal
  • legal assistant
  • security analyst
  • victim advocacy
  • nonprofit organizations

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