Criminal Justice Studies B.L.S.
Criminal justice majors at Saint Joseph’s University often find themselves serving the public and their communities. Students come to the bachelor's of liberal studies program in criminal justice with a wide range of experience and knowledge. Because of this, the program is designed to provide both theoretical and practical knowledge and give you access to key industry ties and strong communities throughout the region.
Courses in criminology, juvenile justice, social deviance and crime theory are paired with a well-rounded knowledge of accounting, philosophy and other areas of study that provide a humanistic perspective to careers in the field. The curriculum at Saint Joseph’s University provides an easy transition to graduate programs in law, sociology or criminal justice.
The criminal justice program at Saint Joseph’s University is grounded in ethics and offers a strong liberal arts background, preparing you to make a positive impact in your life and community.
Graduates hold positions in traditional law enforcement fields in police and court-related occupations, as well as administrative positions in law, criminal justice and private security.