Have an interest in the justice system, law enforcement ethics, or developing critical thinking skills as they pertain to American jurisprudence in both the criminal and civil justice court systems?
Our Criminal Justice concentration is an 18-credit hour opportunity for our Psychology students to add to their degree plan. Our criminal justice professors have worked in the criminal justice field for decades, providing our students the opportunity to learn from faculty with extensive professional experience.
Why a Criminal Justice Concentration at Judson?
Acquire Specialized Knowledge
Along with a 4-year Psychology degree plan, you will be exposed to areas of study including:
- Criminal Justice and Investigation
- Criminal Law and Procedure
- Juvenile Delinquency
- Law Enforcement Ethics and Morality
Psychology alumni stay connected to mentor current students.
Learn more about the other programs offered in the Psychology Department.
Psychology at Judson
Our personalized and practical approach to education will help you learn how to understand and explain individual and group behavior. Our psychology program includes a major in psychology, as well as concentrations in counseling, children and family, pre-law, and criminal justice.
Studying psychology at Judson will help you expand your capacity for critical and analytical thinking about human behavior, community dynamics, and social policies.
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