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College of Business Leadership - Bachelor's Degree

Criminal Justice

The Major in Criminal Justice provides instruction in criminal justice skills.

Program Objectives
This course work will prepare students academically and professionally, while developing the social, communicative, and criminal justice competencies needed for a 21st century criminal justice leader. The objective of this program of study is to prepare the students both academically and professionally for the ever-changing world of criminal justice.

Students must meet the entrance requirements of University of Fort Lauderdale.

Foundation Courses (30 credits)
  Course Names Credits

BCJ 100

Introduction to Criminal Justice

(3 credits)
BUS 220 Introduction to Business Administration (3 credits)
BUS 121 Introduction to Business Communication (3 credits)

BUS 360

Introduction to Management

(3 credits)
BUS 230 Financial Accounting I (3 credits)
BUS 370 Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
BUS120 Business Ethics (3 credits)
BUS 240 Macroeconomics (3 credits)
BUS 242 Microeconomics (3 credits)

STA 200


(3 credits)
Core Courses (45 credits)
  Course Names Credits
BCJ 200

Introduction to Law Enforcement

(3 credits)
BCJ 300 Courts and Criminal Justice  
BCJ 360 Criminal Investigation (3 credits)

BCJ 400

Criminal Behavior

(3 credits)

BCJ 420

Juvenile Delinquency

(3 credits)
HRM 422 Conflict Resolution (3 credits)
BUS 315 Business Research Methods (3 credits)
BUS 381 Business Operations & Regulations (3 credits)
BUS 431 Applied Financial Analysis (3 credits)
BUS 460 Advanced Management Principles (3 credits)
BUS 495 Internship in Business Administration (3 credits)
Electives 300-400 Major/Minor Elective (6 credits)
BCJ 350 Criminology (3 credits)
BUS 320 Business Law (3 credits)


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