Criminal Justice Degree programs provide a strong foundation of knowledge and practical application in criminal justice-related fields. Colorado Christian University offers a Criminal Justice Associate’s Degree and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. Courses can be taken either in the classroom or online, providing maximum flexibility to study at convenient times and places. CCU’s Criminal Justice Admissions office takes applications to the Criminal Justice Degree programs year round, so if you’re interested, apply today!

Beyond NCIS: Realistic Criminal Justice Careers

realistic criminal justice careers

Realistic criminal justice careers and expectations can vary quite a bit in students. Some young people watch crime shows like CSI or NCIS on television and decide they want to pursue a career in criminal justice. However, these jobs are very often not portrayed accurately on television, contributing to something that has been called the … Continued

How to Use LinkedIn to find a Job in Criminal Justice

A career in law enforcement requires a special kind of person. A combination of qualities including a love of the law, an innate sense of fairness, a desire to serve and the ability to stay calm are just some of the traits needed for a successful criminal justice career. An education in criminal justice can … Continued

How to Get a Job like on TV’s “Criminal Minds” … in Real Life

If you are interested in a job like Criminal Minds, then you need to become an investigator. Investigators specializing in the inductive and deductive reasoning to create a criminal profile based on characteristics are sometimes referred to as criminal profilers. The majority of profilers are actually law enforcement investigators that have several years of experience … Continued

Jobs in Criminal Justice That Could Be Yours by Graduation

Through Colorado Christian University’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS) we have seen it time and time again. People have accepted an unexpected career calling because they feel the need to serve. They feel an unquenchable thirst to lead those in need. One of those unexpected paths for you could be in Criminal Justice. … Continued