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Criminal Justice

Fisher College
Boston, MassachusettsUSA
On campus
 3446 Points
4 Years
Apply date
Aug 2024

Program Description

Criminal justice is a broad field, encompassing everything from traditional work in local law enforcement, courts, and corrections to privately run non-profit intervention and prevention programs. Graduates from Fisher College’s Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program enter the workforce with a strong social science background that prepares them for traditional criminal justice careers, careers as crime analysts and policy analysts, and further education at the graduate level.

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Core Modules

Introduction to Criminal Justice

Corrections in America

Law Enforcement

Principles of Investigations

Criminal Court Process

Deviance and Social Control

Criminal Justice Research Methods

Criminal Justice Statistics

Ethics and the Criminal Justice System

Advanced Crime Theory and Policy

Senior Seminar

Criminal Justice Internship

Criminal Law

Introduction to Sociology

Introduction to Criminology

Experiential Learning

Program Elective (3)


The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program prepares students to enter a variety of careers that utilize the knowledge, skills, and experiences gained during their course of study. Although many graduates may wish to pursue careers in the more traditional fields of:

  • law enforcement
  • corrections
  • the court system

Careers in:

  • research
  • crime analysis
  • computer forensics
  • criminal justice
  • psychology/human services
  • offender re-entry
  • intervention with at-risk youth
  • legal advocacy for victims

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