The College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology offers undergraduate courses leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice or Criminal Justice with a Specialization in Juvenile Justice as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. The Criminal Justice program and the Specialization in Juvenile Justice produce graduates who have the skills to improve the life circumstances of youth through careers in juvenile/criminal justice systems, law enforcement, and child-helping organizations. The psychology program produces graduates who can pursue employment settings such as human resource departments, non-profit organizations, schools, and social services. Such experiences in COJJP can increase students’ marketability for both employment and graduate school.
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