Psychology | Criminal Justice Degree Completion Program
Bachelor of Science in Psychology – Criminal Justice Emphasis
A psychology degree with criminal justice emphasis provides training in theories and methods of psychology and criminal justice. Study the criminal justice system, juvenile delinquency, corrections, criminal law and deviance as you examine how to apply psychological principles from a Christian perspective.
Our graduates have gone on to professional opportunities such as:
Law enforcement officer
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology is granted upon completion of 125 semester credits in core curriculum, major, and elective requirements. Many adults fulfill these requirements through a combination of transfer credits and Northwestern credits. A minimum of 30 credits and 50% of the major coursework must be completed at Northwestern.
Courses are offered primarily on site at our St. Paul, Minnesota campus, or at other Twin Cities satellite venues.
For course descriptions and details about this major, download FOCUS Facts.
Some of the roles graduates have attained may require additional education or training.
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