St. Cloud State University and Ridgewater College are teaming up to offer you classes in Criminal Justice Studies at Ridgewater College’s convenient Willmar campus.
Criminal Justice is the study of how society deals with crime and other forms of injustice and victimization. St. Cloud State University’s Criminal Justice Studies Bachelor’s Degree program is an academic, career-oriented program with a foundation in the liberal arts and sciences. The program emphasizes the inter-relatedness of law enforcement, court services, corrections, juvenile justice, and private security within the criminal justice continuum.
This unique partnership between St. Cloud State University and Ridgewater College delivers high-quality, affordable courses offered on site, online, and with ITV technology.
There are numerous careers one can choose from as a criminal justice major. Some of the more frequently chosen careers are:
All bachelor degrees at St. Cloud State University require students to complete a total of 120 semester credits. If you have completed your Associate in Arts (AA) degree at Ridgewater College, you have already earned 64 semester credits and completed all required general education courses. The balance of credits can be earned in major, minor, or elective areas and must include a minimum of 45 credits of coursework at the upper division (300-400) level.
For course selection contact:
The Criminal Justice Undergraduate Academic Advisors:
320-308-3016 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.stcloudstate.edu/criminaljustice/advising.asp