Reinhardt University believes that students learn best in an environment that allows for a partnership to form between faculty members and students. Their programs are designed with the working professional in mind, providing coursework that can be applied immediately to students career.
The new 51-credit degree-completion program lets students receive a Bachelor of Criminal Justice online in approximately 18 months. This program focuses on the roles and interactions of the key components of the U.S. Criminal Justice System with emphasis on theory as it relates to current practice. The coursework is designed to enhance critical thinking skills and decision-making capabilities essential for leaders in the field of criminal justice.
Reinhardt’s 100% online program is designed to fit students' scheduling needs, with no requirements to log into classes on specific days or times.
To complete this course and earn their Bachelors Degree, students must take 69 credits of general education requirements and 51 credits of required courses. The required courses include: Introduction to Online Learning, Criminal Evidence and Procedure, Criminal Justice Research, Survey of American Law Enforcement, Survey of Correctional Thought and Practices, Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice, Current Trends in Law Enforcement, Seminar in Cyberspace Criminal Activity, Criminality and Criminological Theory, Juvenile Justice and Delinquency, Managing Criminal Justice Organizations, Terrorism and Counterterrorism, Incident Command Paradigms, Fraud Investigation, Comparative Criminal Justice Systems, Introduction to Forensic Science, and Victimology.
This program equips the students with the critical-thinking skills, decision-making capabilities, and criminal justice knowledge base they will need to be successful.
Degree Level:Bachelor Completion
Delivery Format:100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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