College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology
PURPOSE AND GOALS
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 College also offers graduate courses leading to a Master of Science degree in Juvenile Justice, a Masterof Science degree in Juvenile Forensic Psychology, a Ph.D. degree in Juvenile Justice, and a Ph.D. degree in Clinical Adolescent Psychology.
The College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology is committed to preparing students to be nationally competitive for graduate education and careers in criminal/juvenile justice and psychology. The psychology curriculum is designed to ensure that the student acquires the research and knowledge competency for entry in the chosen area of specialization. The criminal justice program and the specialization in juvenile justice are designed to produce graduates who are skilled in improving the life experiences of youths in the juvenile/criminal justice systems, law enforcement, and child-helping organizations.
The department of Juvenile Justice in the College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology offers undergraduate courses and graduate courses leading to the Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Master’s (M.S.) and Doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees in the following areas:
Degree Programs Degrees Offered
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