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If you’ve made the study of crime and social justice your career and want a competitive edge, or if you’re looking to break into the field, Keuka College’s B.S. in Criminal Justice Systems can help you meet your goals.
Our adult learning program understands that you may have family and job responsibilities, and so our accelerated format caters to your hectic schedule.
Through hard work and study, Keuka’s criminal justice program opens the doors for careers in law enforcement, public and private investigations, corrections, probation, education, law, juvenile services or intelligence.
From classes on crime solving to theories and practices surrounding punishment and corrections, you’ll enhance your understanding of the criminal justice system. When your two years comes to a close, you will have a broad knowledge of criminal justice issues, deeper analytical skills, a firm foundation in research to support investigations and an achievement that will last a lifetime.
Throughout your program, you’ll complete an Action Research Project (ARP) as the real-world capstone to your studies. You’ll receive the tools to observe a workplace issue and then develop a solution to put into practice. Our students tell us that the results of their ARP are often implemented in their workplace, which builds value to their employer and their career.
For more information about becoming a student, including admissions requirements, click here.
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|Jefferson Community College||Watertown|
|Mohawk Valley Community College||Utica|
|Monroe Community College—Damon Campus||Rochester|
|Onondaga Community College||Syracuse|
The B.S. in Criminal Justice curriculum consists of 19 courses and 55 credit hours. For planning purposes, classes meet one night each week for four hours. Students spend additional time outside of class to complete readings, assignments, case studies, online discussions, and group work.
|EXP 300||Foundations for Adult & Exp Learning||1|
|CJS 301||Current Issues in Criminal Justice||3|
|COM 320||Business and Professional Writing||3|
|CJS 315||Deviance and Social Control||3|
|CJS 305||Criminal Law and Procedure||3|
|SOC 302||Ethnic Diversity||3|
|POL 321||Constitutional Law Rights||3|
|CJS 307||Current Issues in Law Enforcement||3|
|ENG 302||Action Research Project I||3|
|CJS 309||The Judicial System||3|
|CJS 313||Punishment and Corrections||3|
|CJS 317||Juvenile Delinquency: Development and Trends||3|
|CJS 321||The Investigative Process||3|
|CJS 403||White Collar Crime||3|
|PSY 336||Abnormal Psychology & Psychopathology||3|
|PHL 302||Ethics in Criminal Justice||3|
|INS 301I||IS: Crime and Justice||3|
|CJS 405||CJ Action Research Project||3|
*EXP 300 – Foundations for Adult and Experiential Learning - This course is offered year-round at the following locations: Keuka College, Onondaga Community College or Corning Community College. All undergraduate criminal justice students are required to attend this one time Saturday EXP class from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and to complete additional online work as required.