B.S. in Criminal Justice Administration

Student Learning Outcomes

Students graduating with a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Cal State East Bay will have the following:

  • Knowledge--general knowledge about the criminal justice system, including familiarity with the criminal law, victimization, the adjudication process, corrections options, police-community relations, evidence, ethics and theory;
  • Skills--certain skills relevant to criminal justice administration, including effective interaction and communication skills, interviewing methods, investigative and research methods, statistical analysis, crime prevention methods, evidence collection, and offender assessment;
  • Disposition--ability to synthesize material from two or more domains to find solutions to practical, theoretical, or ethical questions, or to apply material to novel situations (i.e., critical thinking).
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