Conflict resolution skills are in high demand. Whether in criminology, social work, corrections, juvenile justice, corporate security, judicial administration, political administration, or military service, ethical professionals are needed to maintain order and keep society moving forward.
Public and private agencies seek professionals with an elevated understanding of ethical decision making and of the patterns and behavioral causation of crime. Whether in the field of law enforcement leadership or in the office of policy or arbitration, graduates are equipped to enter law school, graduate school, or the workforce.
Additional skills training outside the scope of this program is required for those graduates seeking licensure as a peace officer in the state of Minnesota.
- Criminal Justice
- Community Policing
- Supreme Court
- Business Law
- Criminal Law
Contact the faculty below for more information on the criminal justice major.
|Name||Title||Office / Phone||Courses|
|Associate Professor- Legal StudiesLegal Counsel to the CabinetSenior Women's Administrator|| HH 233|