Courses of Study
Criminal Justice Program


Program Requirements

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The Bachelor of Technical and Professional Studies degree in criminal justice is a collaborative program between Frostburg State University and Allegany College of Maryland designed to provide advanced career opportunities for students who hold an Associate of Applied Science degree in criminal justice. If you hold a similar degree from another program, you may be considered for admission based on an articulation agreement between FSU and the other undergraduate institution.

The program is designed to prepare students for advancement in careers in law enforcement, corrections, and probation and parole. Building on the technical skills gained in the associate degree program, and on experience in the field, the baccalaureate program will enhance your understanding of societal issues, political processes, and administrative structures that impact the criminal justice system, and provide opportunities to hone your research and management skills.

If you have further questions about the Criminal Justice Program, please contact the program's coordinator, Dr. David Lewis of the Department of Political Science.



Another Criminal Justice Option

FSU's Law & Society major with the Criminal Justice Contentration offers a degree program option for sutdents wanting to complete their entire undergraduate degree at FSU.


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