Justice Administration, Law Enforcement Specialization, B.A.S.

Program Locations

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Justice Administration, Law Enforcement Specialization is available at the following locations:

About this Program

As the largest area of undergraduate study, the administration of justice degree offered in the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences offers students a broad range of vocational opportunities.

Through criminal justice courses geared towards practicum studies and career placement, students participate in mock trials, subject-specific moot courts, and mock crime scene investigations.

This program is offered as a specialization within the Bachelor of Applied Science degree. Students can earn up to 12 credit hours for qualified work experience when seeking the B.A.S. degree, with additional credit possible for specialized training.

Requirements

Students majoring in Justice Administration, Legal Studies Specialization for a B.A.S. degree must complete 36 semester hours, of which 18 must be upper-level credit.

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Courses

Take a look at the courses that are available for the Justice Administration, Legal Studies Specialization major for the BAS.

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