Criminal Justice & Sociology Department
The Criminal Justice
program prepares students to meet the current demands of the field and provides an understanding of social, political, legal and economic issues related to criminal justice. The program prepares students for careers in law enforcement, probation & parole services, justice administration, criminology, community services and corrections as well as victims’ services.
enables one to better understand human behavior in that most human interaction is heavily influenced by the cultures and social groups to which one belongs. Sociology gives students an informed perspective on America's rich diversity of cultures, and scientific lens for understanding contemporary social and technological change.