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Criminal Justice & Homeland Security

Here, you will find a unique blend of practical knowledge and theory from criminal justice educators who are also former practitioners and committed Christians. You will be equipped to pursue a career in criminal justice and economic crime investigation “white collar crimes," as well as graduate study in these large and growing fields.

Choose from the following programs in Criminal Justice:

Criminal Justice, B.S.

This program is for traditional, full time, four-year undergraduate students who want to major in Criminal Justice. Potential careers include judicial services, law enforcement, and private security.

Economic Crime Investigation, B.S.

This program is for traditional, full time, four-year undergraduate students who want to major in Economic Crime Investigation. Potential careers include computer networking analyst, cyber crime analysis, and fraud analyst.

Homeland Security and Applied Intelligence, B.S.

This program is for traditional, full time, four-year undergraduate students who want to major in Homeland Security and Applied Intelligence. Potential careers include police officer, special agent, financial analyst, intelligence analyst, and crime analyst.

What Makes Roberts Different

Our faculty prepares you to live and serve responsibly in society by promoting intellectual growth and the integration of Christian Faith. You will see theory and practice come to life through meaningful internships, strong relationships within the community and with key alumni, guest speakers, our criminal justice club, and community activities in support of Restorative Justice.

Restorative Justice focuses on the needs of the victim, the offender, and the community. You will learn a comprehensive approach to the complicated issues facing society today through this unique approach.

Related Majors

Criminal Justice - The Criminal Justice major prepares students for positions in areas such as judicial services, law enforcement, Homeland Security, and private security, with their Criminal Justice degree.
Economic Crime Investigation - The Economic Crime Investigation program is an interdisciplinary major that blends courses from Criminal Justice, Accounting, and Computer Science, giving students a firm foundation in the procedures of criminal investigation and preparation of evidence for the justice system.
Homeland Security and Applied Intelligence - Help fight terrorism by earning your Homeland Security Degree. Our Homeland Security Courses will teach you how to use intelligence data to anticipate & prevent criminal activity.
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