If you are seeking a starting position within law enforcement, corrections, security, or a legal firm, the online Associate in Applied Arts & Sciences Criminal Justice degree can get you there. After completing general education courses, such as sociology and psychology, you will be introduced to the criminal justice system, legal procedures, corrections and law. There are opportunities to study contemporary justice issues such as: juvenile justice, ethics and constitutional law as well.
Shoreline Community College specializes in transitioning students towards their completion of a 4-year degree. With the online Associate in Applied Arts & Sciences in Criminal Justice degree, your path to a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice will be well-paved.
- High school diploma, GED, or at least 18 years of age
School Accreditation Statement
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities