|Field of Study:||Criminal Justice/Safety Studies
|Description:||This program concerns itself with issues surrounding justice, crime, offenders, victims, the criminal justice system, and other forms of social sanctions and controls.
Students in the Criminal Justice program become familiar with defining what is justice, historical, and contemporary explanations of crime, and the research literature on criminal justice agencies such as the police, the courts, and corrections. Students are challenged to think critically about how justice is best achieved, the key issues confronting the criminal justice system, the strengths and weaknesses of possible reforms, and the ethical dilemmas facing criminal justice practitioners.
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