Graduates with a Criminal Justice bachelor's degree can take advantage of a wide range of career options ranging from law enforcement to forensics, from legal and court-related positions to information security.
Our Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree program provides a
strong foundation of theoretical knowledge and practical application in
criminal justice. Courses are taught from a Christian worldview,
offering you opportunities to discuss many significant life issues --
including sin, free will, biblical view of human nature, and redemption.
You will be guided through the Criminal Justice Bachelor Degree program
by experienced faculty who have careers in the criminal justice system.
The B.S. Criminal Justice degree will provide you with the training
necessary for an understanding of the field and equip you to pursue a
career path in criminal justice. A wide range of career options at the
federal, state and local levels may be available to graduates, ranging
from law enforcement to forensics, from legal and court-related
positions to information security. Some careers may require additional
training and education, but a criminal justice bachelor's degree can
provide a significant advantage in qualifying for such programs.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
$470 per credit hour. See Tuition and Fees for details.
The criminal justice field offers an extensive range of career opportunities at the federal, state, and local levels, as well as in the private sector. With CCU's Criminal Justice bachelor's degree, you can take classes at any of our College of Adult and Graduate Studies Regional Centers. Plus, the online criminal justice degree option gives you the flexibility of completing assignments from any location where you have access to the Internet.
Focus areas in the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Criminal Justice degree include: criminal law, procedure and investigations; corrections; Homeland Security; juvenile justice; organizational behavior; and victimology.
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