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CWU - Lynnwood
20000 68th Avenue West
Snoqualmie Hall, Room 105
Lynnwood, WA 98036-5999
Phone: 425-640-1574
cwu_lynnwood@cwu.edu

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Fall quarter classes and student services will be online. For questions about getting set up, please contact your faculty directly on Canvas or visit online learning for more information. For CWU center-related questions, please email cwu_lynnwood@cwu.edu or call (425) 640-1574 to reach center staff. For more information on COVID-19 related health and safety updates, please visit www.edcc.edu/safety/coronavirus-resources/default.html

 

 

Law and Justice

Bachelor of Arts Degree

The Law and Justice Law major is designed to prepare students for professional employment in the criminal justice system and/or entry into graduate or law school. It retains the humanistic emphasis of the liberal arts while assisting students to prepare for graduate school, careers in law enforcement, corrections, paralegal professions and the practice of law following law school.

At a glance

Tuition and Fees*
$2,339.60 per quarter
* Full Time Resident
Locations
Des Moines, Ellensburg, Lynnwood

What can I do with a degree in Law and Justice?

Most entry-level positions for criminal justice majors reside with law enforcement and social service organizations. Depending upon one's career goals, earn a master's degree in disciplines such as criminal justice, forensic science, social work, counseling, or business to obtain positions involving therapy, higher levels of administration, forensics, or research.

To learn more about opportunities and wages in this field visit the Employment Security Department of Washington.

Law and Justice Degree Requirements

Please refer to the current Central Washington University Undergraduate/Graduate catalog for any major or minors requirements.

Major Requirements / Road Map