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Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Majors walking on campus

Explore the World Through A Social Scientific Lens

Follow your passion, and explore the world through a social scientific lens. Do you want to become a federal law enforcement officer? A correctional officer? A lawyer? A rehabilitation specialist? As a criminal justice major, you will gain experience by working alongside professionals in the field.

Criminal Justice is both an idea and a process which seeks to define and apply our belief of what is morally and socially acceptable. Your potential in the field expands as you explore ideas in

  • Psychology
  • Public Policy
  • Philosophy
  • Biology
  • Information Science
  • Political Science - and more.

You will work one-on-one with professors who have decades of experience in both criminal justice research and practice.

Whether you plan to continue your education or enter the workforce, your education will prepare you for a variety of federal, state, and local criminal justice careers.

Join a vast community of Pitt-Greensburg criminal justice graduates all over the country who are putting philosophy into practice.