The Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, offered by Thomas University, is completed entirely online. This four-year program consists of a comprehensive curriculum, including required courses and electives. Inpiduals accepted into the program begin by taking Freshman Success Seminar, Career Development, Intro to Ethics, and Personal Wellness.
It is important for students to receive a well-rounded education. Students complete courses in communications, math, science, humanities, and social science. Program prerequisites account for 18 credit hours and are to be taken before other required courses.
Upper pision courses consist of classes such as Criminal Investigation, Comparative Justice Systems, and Constitutional Law, and make up 30 credit hours.
Inpiduals are expected to complete a total of 15 credits of major elective courses. Major Electives consist of: White Collar Crime, History of Criminal Justice, Terrorism, Special Topics, and an Internship.
Students in the program also will need nine credits of Program Electives that are a 300-level or above. Elective courses will need to be approved by a criminal justice advisor before the student enrolls in the course.
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