Criminal Justice

Your future in CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Do you want to serve and protect? A Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice gives you the opportunity to start or further your career in law enforcement or criminal justice.

Take courses through UNT's New College at Frisco and you’ll understand the different aspects of law enforcement -- from policing to public policy -- and learn how to fight crime, no matter how you protect and serve. Learn more about the program and program requirements.

Summer 5-Week 1
  • CJUS 4870 Special Topics
Summer 5-Week 2
  • CJUS 3330 Introduction to Criminalistics
  • CJUS 3600 Criminology
  • CJUS 3630 Drugs, Crime and Society
Fall 2017
  • CJUS 2100 Crime and Justice in the United States
  • CJUS 3300 Police Systems
  • CJUS 3630 Drugs, Crime, Society
  • CJUS 3700 Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
  • CJUS 4330 Domestic/International Terrorism
  • CJUS 4870 Special Topics: Cyber Forensics in Criminal Justice

UNT Cyber Forensics Lab

UNT’s New College features the state-of-the-art UNT Cyber Forensics lab, a one-of-a-kind, high-tech cyber forensics lab where researchers analyze data and work with area law enforcement to analyze cellphones to solve crimes. Learn more about the lab.

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For more information

Anthony Vasquez (last names A-K)
Email: anthony.vasquez@unt.edu
Phone: 940-565-2562

Rachel Rachel (last names L-Z)
Email: rachel.rachel@unt.edu
Phone: 940-369-5791

Learn more about the program

Take the next step

You must be an admitted UNT student to take courses at UNT's New College at Frisco. Students may enroll in courses at the Frisco location, UNT or online to fulfill their degree requirements.

Learn more: admissions.unt.edu

Get advised

Talk to your advisor to make sure courses fit with your degree plan.

Learn more at advising.unt.edu