The Justice Center has statewide responsibility for higher education and research related to the areas of crime, law, and the administration of justice. The Center offers academic programs in two areas: 1) Justice and 2) Legal Studies/Paralegal.
Under Justice we offer the following:Bachelor of Arts in Justice, a Minor in Justice or Justice Honors for those undergraduate students who wish to develop social science research skills. For those who wish to further their education in the justice area beyond the bachelors level, the Justice Center offers a Criminal Justice emphasis in the Master of Public Administration degree.
Justice Curriculum Changes
The curriculum changes document highlights differences between the Justice curriculum prior to and after fall 2013 when several curricular changes were made. Students who have declared Justice as their major prior to fall 2013 are encouraged to review the new Justice curriculum and discuss with their advisor whether it is in their best interest to meet the program requirements of the catalog in effect at the time of their formal acceptance of admission or at the time of graduation.