Huntingdon College AL
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The Criminal Justice major is part of the Department of Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, and Psychology.
Career opportunities in law enforcement, the courts, and corrections—all part of the criminal justice arena—are abundant. In this growing field, professionals exercise their analytical skills and work to better the lives, ensure justice, and uphold all in the community's safety—including victims, those who are accused or convicted of committing crimes, and the public at large.
The Criminal Justice major at Huntingdon combines practice with theory—active learning that allows students to apply their knowledge. The study includes the causes of crime, an understanding of the interdependence of the criminal justice system branches, constitutional law and its application, moral and ethical perspectives of law and justice, criminal investigation, and forensics.