Criminal Justice/Forensic Science Association

The Criminal Justice Forensic Science Association (CJFSA) is a student organization geared toward engaging students of all disciplines in both the academic and professional world of criminal justice and forensic science. The club meetings normally occur every other week to Read More …

Criminal Justice

The Justice Studies program helps prepare students for careers in law enforcement.

Mission The Criminal Justice Program seeks to provide students with a systems orientation to the field of criminal justice and a holistic view of behavior, conditions, and circumstances that produce crime and criminality. Crime, criminality, and the criminal justice system Read More …

Criminal Justice Curriculum Requirements

Degrees Awarded Associate of Arts (A.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Major Requirements The Criminal Justice major consists of 54 s.h. distributed as follows: Required Foundational Courses: SOC 1510 Principles of Sociology (3 s.h.) PSY 1010 General Psychology (3 s.h.) Read More …

Criminal Justice Courses

JUS 2200 APPLIED STATISTICS (3 s.h.) Descriptive and inferential statistics, the logic of probability and hypothesis testing with emphasis on applications in social science research. Statistics covered include measures of central tendency, variability, association and tests of significance. Prerequisite: MAT Read More …

Digital Forensics & Cybersecurity

Digital Forensics & Cybersecurity

Methodist University’s Digital Forensics interdisciplinary curriculum takes a bottom up approach to information security to give the student an understanding of all components that possibly could be compromised if attacked. The program is comprised of introductory courses in cybercrime and Read More …