Provided through University College Camden and the Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences–New Brunswick
Available at the Atlantic Cape, Brookdale and Raritan Valley campuses
The School of Criminal Justice has been recognized as among the leading programs in the field. Over the years, our faculty have made signal contributions to criminal justice policy and criminological theory, and our graduates have taken their places among the most productive and well-respected scholars in the field. Today, studies show that we continue to rank among the top criminal justice programs nationwide.
Note that the Bachelor of Arts program differs depending on location.
|Offered through Rutgers University, University College (Camden).|
Available at Atlantic Cape and Raritan Valley
Offered through University College Camden
The criminal justice program prepares students for careers in a broad array of justice-related settings. Criminal justice courses are complemented with relevant sociological and anthropological course offerings.
Students majoring in criminal justice must complete 42 credits of criminal justice, sociology, anthropology, and related courses with at least a 2.0 grade-point average in the combined courses. At least half of the credits for the major must be taken at Rutgers.
Students with an earned associate's degree in Criminal Justice from any accredited community college are eligible to apply to the Criminal Justice program. Specific pre-requisite courses may be required.
|Offered through the Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences–New Brunswick.|
Available at Brookdale
Offered through the Rutgers School of Arts & Sciences–New Brunswick
The program in Criminal Justice is a comprehensive interdisciplinary program that blends a strong liberal arts education experience with pre-professional instruction in the field of criminal justice. The program provides students with a rich understanding of crime and criminal justice in the United States and abroad. Graduates of the program are well-informed citizens on the subject of crime and justice, and are qualified for graduate study or for employment as practitioners in a variety of legal, policy-making, and law enforcements areas.
The Criminal Justice Program is offered through the Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences–New Brunswick.
Students with an earned associate's degree in Criminal Justice from any accredited community college are eligible to apply to the Criminal Justice program. Specific pre-requisite courses may be required, please consult the Manger of Academic Programs at Freehold before applying.