This week, Scott was joined by two guests from Boise State University to help him explore undergraduate criminal justice programs. Dr. Laura King is an associate professor and undergraduate coordinator for the criminal justice program. Jim Kerns is an adjunct professor as well as the internship coordinator at Boise State.
Criminal justice is popular field, but there’s often a lot of confusion among prospective students about the career and academic paths it presents. This episode serves to demystify that, while also delving into the “what” and “why” of the criminal justice. With two experienced guests (one with a PhD and the other with decades of law enforcement experience), there are tons of great tidbits to take away!
Boise State University is a public, metropolitan research university with 80+ undergraduate and 70+ graduate and doctoral degree programs. As leaders in academia, research, and civic engagement, the university strives to foster student success, lifelong learning, community engagement, innovation, and creativity. Students can try out for their favorite Broncos sport, and are encouraged to join any of the 250+ clubs and organizations on campus.
The School of Public Service at Boise State University offers a B.S. in Criminal Justice degree program. Students with this major must meet criteria and apply for admission to upper-division (300- and 400-level) courses. In this program, students can take classes like Media and Crime, Juvenile Justice, Environmental Crime, and Corrections in the Community.
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