O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
As a criminal justice major, you'll get a broad and layered understanding of the history, operations, and implications of criminal justice in America. You'll be trained to address pressing societal needs related to law enforcement, the judicial system, corrections, and national security. You'll also be prepared to pursue a graduate degree in law or criminal justice. Classes cover research methods, criminological theory and policy, criminal law, courts, corrections, and policing. You can also choose to study topics such as homicide, terrorism, juvenile justice, and cybercrime.