Campus Reform reported the following:
According to the Clemson Newsstand, the university has been working to add this program since 2011 and there are already thirty students enrolled for the fall of 2016. Faculty and staff working to start the program have said they hope students will explore ethics and diversity in the world of criminal justice.
The program for either the B.A. or the B.S. requires 38-39 credits in criminal and social justice, with course options such as “The Sociology of Policing,” which aims to “explore police subculture” and examine “the role of police in a liberal democracy.”