WHY CROWN COLLEGE?

Celebrating over 100 years of excellence in Christian higher education, Crown College is a fully-accredited Christian school offering quality degree programs. Every degree program integrates biblical principles with real-world knowledge to help you excel in your profession – as well as your life.


CHRISTIAN FOCUS

An integration of faith ethics in every course.

ACADEMICALLY EXCELLENT

You'll be challenged to think critically and strategically.

GLOBALLY CONNECTED

Extensive international network and study abroad opportunities.

AFFORDABLE

One of the best values for a Christian college in the Midwest.

ATHLETICS

We have 18 NCAA Division III varsity teams.

Criminal/Social Justice, B.S.

The criminal/social justice bachelor’s degree is a high-demand program with tremendous job potential. The program offers students a unique educational opportunity with real-world implications: To investigate—from a Christian perspective, within a broad humanities and social sciences context—diverse social, political, legal and ethical concerns embedded in complex criminal justice issues. The Christ-centered curriculum offers a broad overview of this growing field with multiple entry points into a career or specific advanced training in juvenile justice, security, probation, corrections, youth work or the courts.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

98%

Receive
Financial Aid

15:1

Average
Class Ratio

70%

Faculty Hold
Doctoral Degrees



“Our students graduate with cross-cultural awareness, critical thinking skills and a Christian worldview essential to successful employment or ongoing studies in graduate school.” – Dr. Jim Zapf, Chair, Humanities and Social Sciences Department

CORE COURSES:

  •   Introduction to Criminal Justice
  •   American Minority or Topics in Criminal and Social Justice
  •   Family Violence or Topics in Criminal and Social Justice
  •   Criminology
  •   Juvenile Delinquency
  •   Restorative Justice
  •   Comparative Justice Systems or Police and Community
  •   Criminal/Social Justice Internship
  •   American Civilization to 1877
  •   American Civilization since 1877
  •   General Psychology
  •   Counseling Psychology
  •   Abnormal Psychology
  •   Sociology
  •   Social Justice
  •   Sociology of Deviance
  •   Diversity in Sociology

Criminal/Social Justice, B.S.

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