Find Your Major
Looking to make the world safer and more secure for future generations? Majoring in Criminal Justice and Sociology provides a liberal arts education to students who wish to pursue a vocation in public service or in some part of the criminal justice system or related organizations. Eureka’s program is designed for those who wish to become practitioners in the field or further their education through graduate studies.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Expect the unexpected. Students will work in teams and individually to problem solve in and out of the classroom. Experiential learning includes opportunities to apply knowledge and conceptual understanding to real-world problems or situations.
The Criminal Justice program at Eureka College is unique in that it combines both classroom as well as practical exercises to allow the student a comprehensive understanding of the material being presented. The course experiences will involve lecture, demonstration, and on-the-job experience.
Here’s a sneak peek into our on campus Criminal Justice Crime Scene. The following content may not be appropriate for younger individuals.
Begin at Eureka College with a Criminal Justice major. Go anywhere.
Real World Experience
- Team Problem-Solving
- Individual Problem-Solving
- Real-World Problems/Situations
- Case Studies
- Mock Traffic Accindents
- Staged Death Scenes
- Crime Labs
- Crime Scene Documentation
- Fingerprinting Workshops
- Forensic Laboratory Exercises
Voluntary house arrest wearing a GPS ankle bracelet: experience the world through the eyes of a criminal.
Judges, State Troopers, Policemen, Probation Officers, Detectives
In 3 weeks from National Forensics Academy at University of Tennessee (Eureka is the only Midwest school to offer this).