Criminal Justice - BS
The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Criminal Justice requires a student to earn 42 credits in 15 core courses and a total of 124 credits of coursework. Within the core, there is a concentration in Homeland Security.
With over 1200 occupational specialties available in law enforcement and homeland security, graduates with criminal justice degrees enjoy a wide range of career choices with great opportunities for lifelong advancement. As the world is increasingly beset by crime and terrorism, the need for highly trained leaders in the fields of criminal justice and homeland security has never been greater. This program is designed to open opportunities and positions of leadership to those desiring to make this world a safer and more secure place for their fellow citizens. This need is not likely to diminish in the foreseeable future, and undoubtedly will be a growing and secure employment market for decades to come.
The curriculum will be completed in the order established by Indiana Wesleyan University. Indiana Wesleyan University reserves the right to modify the curriculum as necessary.
The same courses offered in the classroom setting are also offered via the Internet. Details are available at Online-Delivery.