The online Associate of Science in Criminal Justice program prepares students for entry-level positions within various federal, state, and local agencies and to continue their education in the field. The curriculum offers a solid, broad-based education in all areas that comprise a criminal justice education, including policing, juvenile justice, criminology, law adjudication, and corrections. You will learn to understand criminal behavior, become familiar with important issues concerning the treatment and rehabilitation of criminals, and know the major policies and trends in criminal justice institutions and practices.
- All students must graduate from an approved secondary school or have obtained a (GED) General Education Development high school equivalency diploma
- Competitive students have a minimum high school GPA of 3.64 or higher, ACT score of 25 and a SAT score of 1220
School Accreditation Statement
Middle States Commission on Higher Education