The mission of the Criminal Justice Concentration is to empower the criminal justice practitioner to advocate for meaningful change, within the criminal justice system that will embrace a collaborative effort between the community, and those charged with the administration of justice within that community. The concentration will activate and articulate a construct of an emerging notion of social and economic justice.
Criminal Justice Brochure
Download the criminal justice brochure here.
Students must earn 120 credits to graduate. Of those credits, 48 must be taken at Springfield College (residency requirement).
Students must complete all three levels of required courses:
- General Education Requirements (gen eds)
- SHS requirements
- Criminal Justice Concentration (Minimum 18 credits taken in residence) -- see advisor for individual circumstances
The group project must focus on a criminal justice issue.
The link below provides a detailed explanation of the graduation requirements and lists the gen eds categories.