The criminal justice and public safety programs including 8 concentrations including: Corrections, Crime Analysis, Forensic Psychology, International Justice and Security, Investigative Services, Juvenile and Family Justice, Law Enforcement Administration, Victim Services Administration.
Every year, thousands of injuries and hundreds of deaths occur in the workplace — most of them in the industrial sector. Fires and explosions account for many of those deaths. Our associate’s program will prepare you for an immediate career in protecting those who work in this crucial area.
Fire protection engineering is a multidisciplinary program that combines principles from various areas of science and engineering. Our program teaches you how to apply these principles to the problem of fire protection by designing, constructing, and installing fire protection systems to prevent or minimize potential losses.
The Fire Science program is one of the most comprehensive fire degrees in the country. Students choose from three concentrations including: Fire/Arson Investigation, Fire Administration and Fire Science Technology.
Forensics — the recognition, collection, identification, and interpretation of physical evidence and the application of science and technology to provide objective facts for criminal or civil court cases. If you’re interested in forensics, there’s no more prestigious place to earn your degree than the world-renowned Henry C. Lee College.
The Legal Studies program is flexible and interdisciplinary. Students concentrate in Dispute Resolution, Paralegal Studies or Public Affairs to prepare them for successful careers within the justice system.
Interested in serving your country in the intelligence field? The University of New Haven is one of the few universities in the U.S. where you can pursue this calling. We've offered a successful graduate program in National Security for more than a decade. Our undergraduate program prepares you to enter the field sooner.
Reserve Officers' Training Corps is one of the best leadership courses in the country and is part of your college curriculum. During classes, leadership labs, physical training and field training exercises, you will learn firsthand what it takes to lead others, motivate groups and conduct missions as an Officer in the Army.