CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Programs/Majors - 2012

CategoryAssociateBachelorMastersDoctorProfessional Certificate
Area, ethnic, cultural, and gender studies     
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies, Other-1---
Category Total 1 0 
Computer and information sciences and support services     
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other-18---
Category Total 18 0 
English language and literature/letters     
English Language and Literature, General-45---
Category Total 45 0 
Health professions and related clinical sciences     
Mental Health Counseling/Counselor--43--
Category Total  430 
History     
History, General-7---
Category Total 7 0 
Legal professions and studies     
Legal Studies, General-119---
Category Total 119 0 
Liberal arts and sciences, general studies and humanities     
Humanities/Humanistic Studies-61---
Category Total 61 0 
Psychology     
Forensic Psychology-46294--
Category Total 462940 
Public administration and social service professions     
Community Organization and Advocacy--26--
Public Administration-72231--
Category Total 722570 
Security and protective services     
Corrections Administration5----
Corrections and Criminal Justice, Other-996--
Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration-893170--
Criminal Justice/Police Science165----
Cyber/Computer Forensics and Counterterrorism--4--
Fire Science/Fire-fighting-10---
Fire Services Administration-30---
Forensic Science and Technology-4412--
Securities Services Administration/Management-20---
Security and Loss Prevention Services5----
Category Total17510961920 
Social sciences     
Criminology-129---
Economics, General-50---
Political Science and Government, General-93---
Social Sciences, Other-79---
Category Total 351 0 
Grand Total700892823440 

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