The Criminal Justice major at Lasell has a professional focus, rooted in Connected Learning, that seeks to educate students by promoting self-expression, academic exploration and critical thinking in academic, civic, and career-relevant areas.
The Criminal Justice major explores why society considers some actions to be criminal and how those definitions are influenced by social, economic, political, and psychological forces.
The Criminal Justice degree program at Lasell is approved by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education under the Guidelines for Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Academic Programs.
Lasell's Justice Studies program has majors in Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, and Law and Public Affairs.
Lasell's School of Humanities, Education, Justice & Social Sciences has degree programs in Criminal Justice, Education, English, Global Studies, History, Law & Public Affairs, Legal Studies, Psychology, and Sociology.