About This Program The Corrections specialization of the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice prepares students for a career in the corrections field. Students gain crucial knowledge in areas of specific interest to corrections such as correctional systems operations and administration, management in corrections and specific legal considerations for the corrections field. Career Opportunities A Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice specializing in Corrections can lead to the following career paths: Parole/Probation Officer (Adult or Juvenile) Police Officer (State, County or Local) Correctional Officer Correctional Counselor Case Manager (jail/prison) Course Format Salem offers undergraduate and graduate programs of study with continuous enrollment via distance education or on ground at our Salem, West Virginia campus. Courses are delivered in a monthly format (4-weeks) and completed on ground, online, or through a blended approach that uses both delivery methods. Online courses are structured to work within the constraints of full-time employment, allowing you to earn your degree with minimum disruption to your busy schedule. Traditional on ground programs of study are available for campus residents and commuter students. Course Numbers/Names The Criminal Justice degree program consists of the following core courses: CJU205 Criminal Law CJU210 Criminal Evidence and Constitutional Procedure CJU230 Criminal Investigation and Forensics CJU233 Crisis Intervention CJU242 Domestic Violence CJU270 Terrorism CJU405 Constitutional Law CJU408 Criminal Justice Research and Statistics CJU440 Ethics in Criminal Justice CJU499 Capstone In addition to the core courses, students in the Corrections specialization will take: CJU220 Corrections Systems & Operations CJU221 Juvenile Justice CJU320 Corrections Administration CJU360 Legal Issues in Corrections CJU449 Criminal Justice Management OR CJU450 Special Topics Admission Requirements Admission to Salem is open to all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, creed, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, or ability/disability. Anyone wishing to attend Salem can obtain the necessary application from the Office of Admissions or online from our website at www.salemu.edu. The completed application should be submitted to the Office of Admissions at the earliest possible date. The University admits students on a rolling, monthly start basis. Acceptance is within the discretion of Salem University; some programs have additional admissions requirements.