Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
History and Government
Cedarville's Department of History and Government is biblically grounded, academically rigorous, and ideologically conservative.
Dr. Patrick Oliver discusses the increase of school shootings and how to ensure school safety.
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Cedarville Stories Podcast: A Sheepdog Feeding on the WordBruce Upchurch, Cedarville’s new director of campus security, knows that to be God's servant, it’s important that he stay grounded in his relationship with God, which requires grounding in the Scriptures.
Cedarville Stories Podcast: Future Law Enforcement LeaderDon’t be surprised if you see the Cedarville Stories podcast 100th guest as a county sheriff or FBI agent one day.
Cedarville Will Pilot New College to Law Enforcement ProgramCedarville University criminal justice students have a new streamlined path toward a career in law enforcement.
Stepping UpThis COVID-19 season has uncovered heroes from the Cedarville family in the unlikeliest places. And all it took was letting God use them right where they were for such a time as this.
Criminal Justice Program Curriculum
- Career Planning for Criminal Justice Professional
- Introduction to Criminal Justice