The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (BSCJ) is to educate students from diverse backgrounds in the theory and application of law enforcement and the prevention, adjudication, and correction of juvenile and adult crime. Students will develop the skills and knowledge to prepare them for public or private service careers within the criminal justice field. The program will emphasize ethics and leadership, evidence-based knowledge and analysis, and developing an understanding of the dynamic between society, law, and government.
The criminal justice program at Strayer University is primarily designed for those either seeking advancement as a manager within an existing governmental or private employer in the criminal justice field or those seeking to increase their knowledge of the latest emergency management strategies and/or technologies to detect and prevent crime.
The BSCJ program offers area concentrations that enable students to tailor their degrees to their career and educational goals. Specializations are available in:
Computer Security and Forensics
Criminal Justice Administration
Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Homeland Security Technology