The certification in criminal justice is a 12 credit hour, undergraduate degree certification. The certificate would consist of two required courses: Introduction to Criminal Justice and Introduction to Criminology. Beyond these two courses, students would choose two additional courses from a selection of four. The four courses that students could choose from are Policing, Corrections, Victimology, and Forensic Anthropology. These four courses cover a wide array of areas of criminal justice that students could potentially enter and allow the certificate to be customized to a degree to the specific interests of the student.