Rockford, Illinois

Criminal Justice (Judson)

Judson University
Criminal Science Management

The Criminal Justice Management major was designed by law enforcement professionals for law enforcement professionals. The curriculum not only provides classes that will meet the needs of those interested in law enforcement, but it provides a solid management base as well for students who may want to work their way up the ranks to a better career position now or in the future. This major will prepare and enrich police officers, court and security personnel and anyone else interested in the law enforcement field.

Upper Iowa University-Rockford

The purpose of the criminal justice major is to prepare the learner to understand the application of research-based theory, legal guidelines, and ethical principles to the practical functioning of the criminal justice system.

The criminal justice major consists of 39 semester credits. In addition, learners must complete the general education core along with additional elective credits to complete the 120 semester credits required for the Bachelor of Science degree. At least 18 credits in this major must be earned in upper division coursework. A minimum 2.0 GPA in the major is required for graduation.