Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement: Bachelor of Science
This emphasis provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to be employed as a law enforcement officer. This emphasis prepares students for a career in law enforcement and possible future promotion to supervisory and adminstrative positions with local, state, and federal agencies. This emphasis does not have the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) requirements.
General Education Requirements (27 credits)
Major Requirements (48 credits)
- CJUS101 Intro. to Criminal Justice 3
- CJUS102 Police Process 3
- CJUS110 Introduction to Corrections 3
- CJUS201 Firearms Training 1
- CJUS206 Law Enforcement/Loss Control Internship 3
- CJUS212 Loss Control 3
- CJUS243 Investigation 3
- CJUS313 Crisis Intervention and Deviant Behavior 3
- CJUS319 Substantive Criminal Law 3
- CJUS321 Ethical Issues in Public Safety 3
- CJUS401 Senior Seminar 3
- CJUS402 Criminal Justice Internship 3-9
- CJUS409 Procedural Criminal Law 3
- CJUS444 Criminalistics 4
- FIRE101 Introduction to Fire Science 3
Statistics: Choose one of the following:
- BUSN211 Business Statistics 3
- CJUS345 Statistics and Design for Public Safety 4
- MATH207 Principles of Statistical Methods 3
- POLI211 Political Science Research and Statistics 4
- PSYC210 Statistics 3
- SOCY302 Statistics for Social Science 4
Support Courses (20 credits)
- POLI110 Introduction to American Government and Politics 4
- POLI120 Introduction to Legal Processes 3
- PSYC101 Introduction to Psychology 4
- PSYC259 Abnormal Psychology 3
- SOCY214 Criminology 3
- Approved Diversity Course 3
Electives (29 credits)
Bachelor of Arts Degree Notes (if applicable): One year (8 credits) of a modern language other than English. If taken at LSSU, this would be: CHIN151-152, FREN151-152 or 251-252, GRMN141-142 or 241-242, NATV141-142 or 201-202, or SPAN161-162.
One-half year of two different languages will not meet this requirement.
Bachelor of Science Degree Notes (if applicable): At least eight (8) semester credits in addition to courses used for general education requirements from categories of social science, natural science, computer science or mathematics.
These bachelor of science degree requirements can be used for majors or minors, but not general education.