Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Beyond Just Law Enforcement

The Wilmington University Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice provides students with a strong foundation in law enforcement, ethics, and criminal behavior. Students will learn to use critical thinking to investigate and solve real-world problems under the direction of expert faculty with extensive field experience. With a WilmU B.S. in Criminal Justice, gain the knowledge and skills you need to advance in jobs in the criminal justice system.

Considering graduate study? Wilmington University offers graduate and certificate programs in criminal justice. Our programs include:

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Criminal Justice (BSc) to Administration of Justice (MS) Accelerated Option

This accelerated option will allow eligible CRJ students to have the option of taking up to two selected graduate level courses in place of selected CRJ courses and the opportunity to be formally accepted into the MAJ program prior to completion of the B.S. in Criminal Justice degree.

In order to be eligible, students must have completed 90 undergraduate credits, completed all required 100 and 200 level CRJ courses, as well as CRJ 303 and CRJ 350. Furthermore those students seeking approval for the CRJ/MAJ accelerated option must have obtained an overall GPA of 3.50 or better. Courses taken at the graduate level will fulfill the requirements for both programs.

Students interested in making application may secure the necessary forms and begin the approval process with the Chair of the undergraduate criminal justice program.

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This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2015 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.