Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Norwich University

Program Details

Open the door to unlimited professional potential and gain investigative skills and career-ready expertise with the online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree from Norwich University. The university is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). It is delivered completely online through an interactive learning platform that allows you to study and complete your coursework around your schedule each week as you balance your education with professional responsibilities. The online program offers rigorous coursework and experiential learning opportunities to ensure you receive a quality educational experience.

Advance your criminal justice career with Norwich by pursuing a concentration in Intelligence and Security Management or tailor your education with the program's general track which allows you to choose from a selection of elective courses. You can develop strong writing skills, critical thinking, leadership, and ethical problem-solving in a way that allows you to put the new skills and knowledge into practice in your current LE role as you prepare for career advancement.

As a student, you'll hear from expert faculty with real-world investigative experience. They can provide personalized attention in each course to help you gain skills for a successful career.

Courses for the online Bachelor's in Criminal Justice program are offered in 8-week sessions, allowing you to finish your degree fast. The program also allows eligible students to receive college credit for law enforcement experience and military training through the Law Enforcement Academy (LEO) program.

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School Accreditation & Licensing

Norwich University is accredited by:

New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE)

Program Requirements & Restrictions

Minimum Education

Some College

Application Requirements

Statement of Purpose/Intent, Resume/CV, Official College Transcript(s)

Additional Info

  • An associate degree or minimum of 30 credits