UToledo criminal justice majors get practical experience through internships and by investigating staged crime scenes.
Law enforcement. Probation and parole. Forensics. Corrections. Law. UToledo’s criminal justice majors in the College of Health and Human Services learn how society grapples with crime and punishment. The criminal justice bachelor’s degree program covers all aspects of criminal justice from criminal investigation to social justice. Undergraduates are well prepared for careers or further graduate study in sociology, criminology, social work, law enforcement, corrections, community service and related fields.
Students with a degree in criminal justice from The University of Toledo go on to graduate school or to pursue careers at the local, state and federal levels in the areas of probation, parole, corrections, law enforcement and social services throughout the United States.