Criminal Justice and Legal programs at
Grand Canyon University
Grand Canyon University's Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies prepares students to enter careers in law enforcement, governmental and private agencies, research, social work, political science, and a variety of other fields. Graduates will be able to describe the components of the justice system from a systems perspective, including function, organization, issues, practices, and interrelationship of law enforcement agencies, the courts, and the corrections system.
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice is designed for students seeking to expand their understanding of the law, social order, and justice. This program is particularly suited to law enforcement personnel who wish to advance in their field, as well as corrections, probation, and parole officers; law clerks; and other decision makers who address questions of public policy, social research, and administration of justice in the public sphere. This program also prepares students for work in legal foundations where in-depth issues are contended.
B.S. in Justice Studies
M.S. in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement
M.S. in Criminal Justice: Legal Studies