The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the Department of Philosophy and Religion offer a combined major in criminal justice and philosophy. This combined major educates students in criminal justice and philosophy and in the interface between the two disciplines. The scope and sequence of philosophy courses provide students with a foundation in topics such as social and political philosophy, philosophy of law, and moral philosophy, while also developing robust analytical and evaluative skills. Criminal justice courses provide a foundation for understanding individual and systemic aspects of criminology and criminal justice.
Learn more about the program requirements at the Academic Catalog.
Type of Program
- Undergraduate Program