Bachelors in criminal justice in Texas christian university
As a Criminal Justice student, you will understand how criminal behavior and justice-based practices occur and how society responds to crime. You will develop the critical thinking skills required to solve problems and form the policies that shape our system of justice.Put your knowledge to work in one-on-one internships with professionals in the criminal justice system.Take courses in six key areas of criminal justice: crime theory, applied research, corrections, law, courts, and policing.Learn from academics and professionals in the field.Prepare for law school, graduate school, public administration, or field positions.
Official high school transcript, Letter of recommendation (1-Teacher, 1-Counselor) and Essay, Resume, Typical SAT scores: Math (550-650), Critical reading (530-630), Writing (530-640), ACT Composite (25-30), Average GPA 3.53, TOEFL: IBT-80, PBT- 550, IELTS-6.5
Recent Criminal Justice graduates now work in federal, state, and local law enforcement, as well as forensics, law, probation, prisoner rehabilitation, victim services, social services, corporate security, and private investigation.
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