DETC approved UMT to enroll students in the Criminal Justice Administration (CJA) area of concentration under the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree.
Employment opportunities for the criminal justice field have been growing steadily since 2001, partly due to the increased demand for public safety and crime prevention. Students who are interested in pursuing administrative and management positions within the criminal justice system will benefit from the CJA concentration of study.
This concentration provides students with a specialist program focusing on criminal justice administration. Students are required to take Mgt 102 Legal Environment of Business and psychology or sociology as pre-requisites, as well as five of the following courses:
CJ 100. Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ 105. Introduction to Juvenile Justice CJ 110. Introduction to Criminal Law CJ 115. Introduction to Corrections CJ 120. Introduction to Criminal Justice Ethics CJ 125. Introduction to Law Enforcement CJ 130. Criminology CJ 140. Criminal Justice Management CJ 145. Constitutional Law CJ 150. Introduction to Forensic Science CJ 155. Criminal Courts System CJ 160. Criminal Investigation CJ 170. Criminal Procedure