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Concentration in Justice Studies
The Bachelor of General Studies degree with an emphasis in Justice Studies consists of 21 hours of courses in the field of criminal justice. Concentration (21 Hours) Required (6hrs)JUS 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice (3hrs)JUS 200: Criminology (3hrs)Electives (15hrs)Visit the Justice Studies Web site for elective courses.Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding career after graduation? Do you feel the need to make an important contribution to our society's safety and welfare? If so, you should consider a career in American's criminal justice system.
A Bachelor of General Studies degree with a concentration in Justice Studies from Fort Hays State University is the first step in beginning that career. Whether it is at the local, state, or federal level, our graduates are uniquely qualified to enter into the many careers offered within the field of criminal justice. Some of the exciting careers the Justice Studies program prepares its students for include:
Concentration (21 Hours)
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