Comments about Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Crime Analysis - At the institution - Fort Wayne - Indiana
The Center for Criminal Sciences, part of Indiana Tech’s College of General Studies, was created to meet the need for well educated, savvy criminal justice professionals. Our instructors’ experience working in the criminal justice system contributes to the professional success of our graduates. The program prepares students to perform in the criminal justice profession, coordinating among law enforcement, courts and correctional agencies to enforce the standards of conduct necessary to protect individuals and the community.
Careers in criminal justice encompass a myriad of jobs that will be available to you upon completion of your degree.
The crime analysis specialty has been designed to meet the growing need for professionals who are capable of analyzing crime and intelligence data. The curriculum blends criminological theory with the use of computer software and analytical techniques to explore methods of predicting, preventing and controlling crime. In the curriculum, you will notice the many classes that emphasize understanding of psychology and sociology. These courses, based on understanding the way people think and act, will help you achieve a high-level understanding of the fundamental causes of crime and how communities can protect themselves from its effects.
Graduates of the crime analysis program will be qualified to be either sworn law enforcement personnel or civilian employees in a wide variety of agencies.
They will have the skills to gather, analyze and disseminate data to solve criminal justice problems.