The Bachelor of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice
provides students with a solid background in Criminal Justice
. The dynamic filled of criminal justice requires students with a well-rounded education, capable of meeting the challenges of criminal justice practice in the twenty-first century. ASU offers excellent preparation for students who wish to enter the diverse field of criminal justice, as well as an excellent education for current criminal justice professionals. Many students find that the Bachelor of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice is excellent preparation for attending law school. The curriculum offers an interesting array of courses and faculty members.
Criminology and Criminal Justice students
examine issues relating to crime, law, and justice. Student will have the opportunity to take classes with nationally recognized faculty as well as with a dedicated group of criminal justice professionals.
The curriculum stresses understanding the structure, organization, and function of the administration of justice. Students will study theoretical perspectives on criminal activity and develop their research skills.
The Criminology and Criminal Justice field
is one of the fastest growing areas of employment. Primary components of criminal justice and criminology study include analysis of the theories, laws, policies, and practices associated with the administration of justice. The curriculum focuses on the examination of social science research, critical examination of the manner in which the criminal justice system operates, and diversity concerns pertaining to the administration of justice.
There is rapid growth and expansion in criminal justice-related occupational fields
. Graduates of the nationally-recognized School of Criminology and Criminal Justice find employment opportunities in law enforcement, probation, parole, corrections, private security, court personnel, legal offices, and victim advocate agencies. Students wanting to explore career opportunities may do so through internship placements such as Federal Bureau of Investigation, Maricopa County Juvenile Court, Arizona Attorney General's Office, and the Arizona Department of Corrections.