SCHOOL of CRIMINAL JUSTICE
"During my time at Bluefield University, I learned the importance of time management and how to engage with professors. Bluefield University also prepared me for law school with a challenging and rigorous curriculum."
Bluefield University’s School of Criminal Justice offers challenging classes and instruction that analyze the legal, social, economic, and political contexts that shape our approach to criminal justice. The programs blend primary courses in criminal justice with courses focused on leadership and management at the executive level. These courses build and refine the skills our students need to meet the challenges of a criminal justice career anywhere in the country. This compilation of exciting content and dynamic instruction means that each student receives a quality education that goes beyond the textbook and impacts their journeys for years to come.
ONNIKA ALEIGHA TURLEY Class of 2019 Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Hometown: Tazewell, VA Graduate School: Liberty University School of Law
SCHOOL of EDUCATION and SOCIAL SCIENCES
In the School of Education and Social Sciences , we believe highly effective practitioners must be reflective professionals. Reflective professionals best impact those they serve because their work is based on the continual improvement of the individual, and every individual learns and grows at a different pace. Students who are working to become counselors, educators, and leaders experience space for reflection, critical thinking, and self-evaluation within each class in our degree program in order to develop this practice. This will be further developed as students take part in career-field experiences provided through internship opportunities, student-teaching, and licensure as part of their studies. When a student graduates from the School of Education and Social Sciences, they will be a “servant leader to transform the world,” as described in our mission statement in their career and life.
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