Professionals in the field of Corrections promote public safety through research-based practices that motivate behavioral changes and community healing after criminal behavior occurs. We emphasize approaches to working with and enhancing the lives of a diverse population of justice-involved people.
The Bachelor of Science in Corrections is designed for students seeking specialized careers within court systems or correctional agencies that promote public safety and crime prevention. The program has a core experiential learning component that prepares students for work in the field.
A minor in Corrections provides a foundational understanding of crime, criminal justice, criminology, and crime prevention and serves as an accompaniment to other social science majors seeking to work in any number of criminal justice agencies.
Learn more about careers and opportunities applicable to Corrections program graduates locally and throughout the world. Graduates are prepared to take their big ideas and make a real-world impact.
Corrections students have many opportunities to get practical, hands-on experience preparing for their future careers.