Finding a path to justice for victims, offenders, and the community at large is a vital mission. In this concentration, you will focus on theories and best practices for repairing the harm caused by criminal behavior to the victim and community, as well as techniques for reintegrating offenders back into the community.
You also will explore the roles and responsibilities of law enforcement and members of multicultural communities while you develop the problem-solving and relationship-building skills needed to work with your community to reduce crime and violence.
You can transfer up to 90 semester units into this program.
See the admission requirements.
- 121 total units
- General Education Courses (49 units)
- Criminal Justice Courses (48 units)
- Lower Division (12 units)
- Upper Division (24 units)
- Concentration (12 units)
- Elective Courses (24 units)
Elective Courses (24 units)
Choose the courses that interest you from the Crime and Criminology concentration, our general education program, or our other undergraduate programs.
You can take courses online. For more information about these programs, please call 1-877-584-6648 and speak to one of our enrollment advisors.