Undergraduate Programs

Major Concentrations

International Justice Concentration - This concentrated area of study examines issues of criminal justice, social justice, and the law that transcends national borders. The concentration covers transnational and global justice topics including human rights, terrorism, cybercrime, transnational crime, immigration, genocide, war, and human trafficking. It prepares students for careers in law enforcement, international or transnational law, human rights advocacy, government, defense, and security. The program is the only four-year undergraduate degree program of its kind in the State of New Jersey.

Justice Systems Concentration – This concentrated area of study focuses on relationships among law, the justice system and society, with special attention to theories of crime, law enforcement, comparative justice systems and the administration of justice. It prepares students to work in criminal justice, security, agencies administering justice, social services and related settings.

Paralegal Studies Concentration – This concentrated area of study emphasizes both theory and practice in areas such as civil litigation, real estate, criminal law, family law, corporate law and probate. It prepares students to work as paralegals in law firms, corporations and government agencies. This program is the only four-year undergraduate degree Paralegal Studies program in New Jersey approved by the American Bar Association.

Minors

Paralegal Studies Minor (American Bar Association approved) - 21 Credit Hours

Criminal Justice - 18 Credit Hours

Environmental Justice - 18 Credit Hours

Justice & Families Minor - 18 Credit Hours