Prepared to serve.
Contemporary issues in criminal law, management and organizational skills, social concerns, community relations, criminal psychology, budget and planning, criminal investigation and forensics are just some of the areas of instruction in the criminal justice adult degree program.
Start your degree in criminal justice.
Solid foundation in the criminal justice system
The adult bachelor’s degree program in Criminal Justice provides students with a solid educational foundation to navigate and lead in the diverse nature of the criminal justice system.
Two optional concentrations in the Criminal Justice adult bachelor degree program include Legal and Behavioral.
The research project is an applied action project that is directly applied to an organization, usually the student’s work site, providing special relevance for students interested in criminal justice in Kansas.
Experienced and caring faculty with real-world business expertise
Study contemporary issues
Study issues in criminal law, management and organizational skills, social concerns, community relations, criminal psychology, budget and planning.
Science of the criminal justice system
Learn the science of criminal investigations and forensics in the criminal justice system.
Helpful career guidance
Learn on campus or online.
Our criminal justice degree program allows optional concentrations in specific program areas.
- LegalBe well equipped and armed using the judicial procedures you learn with the legal concentration in criminal justice.
- BehavioralGet inside the mind of the criminal justice system with a behavioral concentration in criminal justice.
In The News
Friends University offers a new Criminal Justice Degree this fall
Friends University will begin offering a new Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice degree program beginning this fall. The new degree will be offered to adult students in the College of Graduate and Professional Studies.
- Associate Professor Sociology & Criminology
- Social and Behavioral Sciences
- B.A., Oakland University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa