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!

CSI Careers: How Real is TV?

Television shows like the CSI: Las Vegas (Crime Scene Investigation or Investigators) and its spinoffs CSI: Miami and CSI: NY may portray some true-to-life crime scene analysis, but according to most police detectives and other law enforcement officials, these shows are more fiction than fact. While the fiction part makes for great television, here is some information … Continued

Why Pursue a Criminal Justice Degree?

Criminal justice is an exciting field with a large number of career opportunities upon graduation. Colorado Christian University offers an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and a criminal justice certificate. If you are currently employed or have family responsibilities that would prevent you from being able to attend classes on … Continued

Why Get a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice?

Are you thinking about getting a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice? If so, Colorado Christian University has an excellent criminal justice degree program where

What is a Criminal Justice Certificate?

Certificate programs in higher education are gaining popularity across the United States because today’s workplace is ever-changing and employers are looking

Criminal Justice Job Outlook

The faculty and staff at Colorado Christian University believe it is important to keep our current and prospective students informed about the job outlook for their chosen field of study. Periodically, we will publish information in our blog that we have gathered from authoritative sites, mainly the Bureau of Labor Statistics, to let our students … Continued