Double Major in Organizational Leadership and Criminal Justice

This double major in Organizational Leadership and Criminal Justice is ideal for students who are planning to pursue leadership roles during their career in the criminal justice system. Students will take 36 credit hours of organizational leadership courses, such as cross-cultural leadership, organizational theory and behavior, and applied servant leadership concepts. In addition, they will also complete 30 credit hours of criminal justice classes in order to gain a solid understanding of the criminal justice system. Classes include studies in law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Students will graduate as highly-valued job candidates with multiple career paths.

This program is offered only on SEU’s Lakeland campus.

This double-major program allows students to graduate on time, while still gaining an in-depth understanding of both the organizational leadership and criminal justice fields.

Program Details

36 hours of organizational leadership core
30 hours of criminal justice core
55 hours of general education

Total credit hours — 121

Organizational Leadership Core

Principled Leadership

Leadership Theory and Practice

Cross-Cultural Leadership

Leadership and Human Diversity

Organizational Theory and Behavior

Leading Organizational Change

Applied Servant Leadership Concepts

Great Leaders Through History

Leadership, Followership, Teamwork

Leadership or Criminal Justice Electives


Criminal Justice Core


Criminal Justice System

Sociology of Policing

Criminal Law

Research in Criminal Justice

Juvenile Delinquency

American Criminal Courts

Corrections and Punishment

Theory and Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Senior Seminar