Criminal Justice Major
The criminal justice major is an excellent starting point for those interested in careers in law enforcement, government, the non-profit sector, law, and community and victim advocacy. Recent graduates have worked for federal, state, and local governments as police officers, probation officers, and correctional officers. Graduates have also gone on to work for non-profits that address the needs of youth who are at-risk of delinquency, formerly incarcerated individuals, victims of sex trafficking, and families and communities in need of support.
Advancing Your Studies
Students with an excellent academic track record are eligible to complete their undergraduate and graduate coursework at a faster rate in Suffolk's Accelerated Crime & Justice Studies (MSCJS) Degree Program. Students in this program may substitute two graduate-level classes for undergraduate courses, and to work to finish both degrees in five years.
Courses & Requirements
Learn more about the classes, requirements, and different options available to complete the program.