BS Criminal Justice and Criminology
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Criminology, delivered 100% online for working adults, prepares students to better understand the criminal justice system as well as why people deviate from the law. The program seeks to provide a wide-ranging foundation of knowledge pertaining to social justice, policy, crime, criminal behaviors, and the administration of criminal justice agencies.
Key Program Features
Analyze the systems of criminal justice
Learn the theories and operational components that drive organizations in society
Understand theories in the justice system
Students may petition to receive Experiential Learning Credit (ELC) in their first semester for the knowledge, training, and skills they previously learned outside of the traditional academic setting.
The goal of the Justice Studies program is to prepare graduates to comprehend the social context of the problems we face as a society as well as the conflicts that result from interactions between individuals.
Internships are available for course credit and are considered and administered on a case-by-case basis according to the student’s desired field and corresponding opportunities at local, regional, state, and national agencies.