Rennard Strickland School of Tribal Law and Criminal Justice
The Rennard Strickland School of Tribal Law & Criminal Justice provides graduates with a solid foundation in criminal justice allowing students to focus their interests toward their ultimate goals. Our graduates move forward in their careers after graduating to become law enforcement officers, victim/offender mediators, park rangers, victim advocates, or investigators. Students find employment opportunities within the criminal justice system at all levels to include state, federal, and tribal nations. Exceptional students go on to complete law school or pursue masters degrees in specialty areas that coexist in the criminal justice field. Students focusing on tribal law often find opportunities within their own respective tribes, or with the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Associate of Science in Criminal Justice Studies
Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Studies
The Baccalaureate Degree in CJS will serve the following types of students:
1. Those seeking a four-year degree as a prerequisite for entry into the criminal justice field;
2. Those currently in service in the criminal justice system who seek to broaden their skills and obtain job-related knowledge and expertise, and
3. Those currently in the criminal justice system who seek to specialize and/or work in some other area of the system.
Student Government Association
SGA is the official governing body to represent the best interests of students as the voice of students to the administration, as well as the Board of Trustees of Bacone College. Officers are held to a higher respective standard and are required to meet reasonable qualifications to become a part of the BSGA family. Learn more here.