The bachelor of arts in criminology and restorative justice studies focuses on the study of criminal justice practices (not the implementation of law enforcement); this program incorporates the values of a Christian worldview into a deeper knowledge about crime and society. It helps students understand and know how to implement restorative approaches to justice, and to understand the various social and psychological theories on crime, criminals and society.
This bachelor of arts degree completion program requires all 40 units in the major be earned at Fresno Pacific University. The 84 units of general education requirements and general education electives/free electives (IGETC) complete the degree with a total of 124 units.
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