Minor in Criminal Justice Administration

Gain an understanding of the intricacies of the criminal justice system, the roles within it and the processes behind it.

The major components of the criminal justice system – police, prosecution, defense, courts and corrections – have many permutations. Students explore their history and examine their roles and function, then undertake detailed examination of the procedures used within the system.

Students also gain an understanding of Constitutional rights and learn about criminal evidence as well as expert and scientific evidence.

A minor in criminal justice administration enhances employment possibilities in the justice system and sets the stage for further study.