Fight crime in your community or conceive social justice solutions that make the world a better place.
Learn about the emerging field of homeland security and emergency management.
You can join the ranks of an exciting field growing in size, pay and opportunities that span the private sector and federal, state and local government agencies.
Core criminal justice courses give you a foundation in criminology, criminal law, evidence, communications and ethics. You can choose a Homeland Security concentration or four elective courses to deepen your expertise in an area and expand your own marketability.
Don’t just learn something. Live it. At Marymount, you’ll gain real-world experience in real time.
Start your search with the Internship & Career Planning Office. We’ll help you create your resume, search for internships and jobs, prepare for interviews and perfect your networking skills.
Where our students have interned
Diversify your skill set. Add a Marymount MBA to any bachelor’s degree and graduate in as little as one additional year. We’ll help you tailor an MBA that accelerates your career. Get started on your MBA as a Marymount undergrad.
Students have met FBI special agents in counterterrorism and examined “props” used by terrorists, including a suicide vest switch and car bomb container. It’s one of the many chances to learn from experts in the field.
While interning with three law enforcement agencies, Arielle shadowed agents, tracked down Medicaid fraud and found her career calling. She’s experienced multiple sides of the profession—from the court system to special agent investigations.
Cimone reimagined a future in law enforcement after a criminal justice class introduced her to real-life intelligence operatives and rarely seen security infrastructures.