our instructors have spent years working with various criminal justice organizations
A Criminal Justice degree from Midway University will give you the skills you need for a career in law enforcement, corrections and the courts.
The Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice degree introduces students to the field by examining the major disciplines in the field of criminal justice. Student will be introduced to law enforcement, courts, corrections and contemporary challenges in criminal justice with discussion of ethical standards expected of professionals in this field of study.
Our instructors have spent years working with various criminal justice organizations and are committed to helping you realize your full potential. Under their guidance you will study correctional systems structure and processes, issues surrounding terrorism, criminal investigation skills, interviewing and interrogation, forensic, social and abnormal psychology, along with courts and court procedures and much more.
With the guidance of a dedicated advisor, you will identify and develop expertise in your areas of interest in criminal justice, which you will present in your capstone project.
|Course Number||Name of Course||Credit Hours|
General Education Requirements
Major Course Requirements
|CRJ 101||Intro to Criminal Justice||3|
|CRJ 350||Policing America||3|
|CRJ 370||Criminological Theory||3|
|CRJ 410||Courts/Court Procedure||3|
|CRJ 498||Criminal Justice Research Practicum||3|
Choose six from the following course below
|CRJ 301||Criminal Acts||3|
|CRJ 305||Criminal Procedure||3|
|CRJ 307||Kinesic Interviewing||3|
|CRJ 310||Criminal Organizations||3|
|CRJ 315||Psychological, Historical and Societal Issues of Terrorism||3|
|CRJ 320||Special Topics in Criminal Justice||3|
|CRJ 405||Criminal Justice Ethics||3|
|CRJ 420||Criminal Investigation||3|
|CRJ 495||Internship in Criminal Justice||3|
|PSY 320||Abnormal Psychology||3|
|PSY 350||Forensic Psychology||3|
Total Credit Hours