I'm not making this stuff up. I just happen to know a lot about the students in my field like an instructor should. Why would that be hard to believe? In studies like this, criminology and criminal justice are used interchangeably because they combine them together. Average LSAT Scores for 29 Majors with over 400 Students Taking the Exam http://www.potsdam.edu/academics/AAS/Phil/upload/LSAT-Scores-of-Majors.pdf https://lawschooli.com/best-majors-for-law-school/ http://hpplc.indiana.edu/pdf/law/Selecting%20a%20Major%20for%20Law%20School.pdf Criminal justice isn't accounting; it's a social science. A lot of things aren't black and white and practices and laws vary from state to state, county to county, city to city, and from organization to organization. Legal interpretation and application is also not black and white. CJ falls more into the tax attorney category, but is even fuzzier than that.