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All Degrees Bachelor Degree Criminal Justice

Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice

 AIU Online

The growing emphasis on homeland security has created an unprecedented demand for criminal justice and security professionals. The AIU Online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree program is specifically targeted towards current law enforcement professional looking to climb the ranks or students considering a career change to the rapidly expanding field of Criminal Justice. The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice can provide students with a superb foundation in some of the most interesting aspects of the industry including criminology and the causes of crime, and typologies and victims.

This accelerated program help students prepare for such vital, in-demand careers as FBI Officers, Correction Officers, Security Analysts, U.S. Customs Agents, Directors of Airport Security and others.

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 Anthem College Online

Anthem College provides Bachelor of Science in criminal justice. There is a wide demand for criminal justice professionals, like detectives, police officers, border patrol agents, juvenile judges and court clerks, and more. Become part of this growing field.

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 Colorado Technical University - Online

The Bachelor in Criminal Justice is a unique program in that it offers students a component of forensic study not usually available at the undergraduate level. Colorado Tech Online students can earn a Bachelor's Degree in as little as 15 months*, depending on their educational background. You can earn four professional certificates as you work toward the completion of your Bachelor's in Criminal Justice degree.

Students can enjoy relevant, real-world courses, taught by professors who are experienced in their fields, and a truly innovative and revolutionary online educational delivery system. Some of the courses available in the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice include Corrections Solutions, Legal Aspects of Criminal Justice, Crime Scene Analysis, and Forensic Behavior Analysis.

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 Everest University Online

Everest University Online offers following Bachelor's Degree in criminal justice.

  1. Criminal Justice.
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  2. Homeland Security.
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  3. Paralegal.
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 Minnesota School of Business / Globe University

Minnesota School of Business and Globe College offers Bachelor of Science Degree Paralegal program that is poised to deliver the education you need to succeed in today's paralegal job market. The practical applications and underlying legal theory that our curriculum offers will put you in demand for stimulating job opportunities. Students will gain an understanding of specialized legal areas of law including: Litigation, Real estate, Wills and probate, Criminal law, Business organizations, Intellectual property, Family law. Paralegals are employed by law firms, government offices, financial institutions, corporate legal departments, collection and insurance companies, and in many other settings.

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 Kaplan University Online

Kaplan University Online offers following Bachelor in Criminal Justice.

  1. Advanced Start BS in Criminal Justice. our advanced start program can help you earn a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice in as little as 12 months.* A completed bachelor's degree will give you the qualifications you need to increase your income potential and marketability in today's job market. This bachelor's degree program prepares you with the knowledge, communication skills, critical thinking, and technical competencies required by careers in criminal justice. Kaplan University offers three emphasis areas in the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program: Law Enforcement, Private Security, and Corrections.
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  2. The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree program provides you with a solid foundation in criminal justice and a broad liberal arts education. The baccalaureate program is designed to combine the professional skills of specialized areas of criminal justice with research and analytical skills. As a graduate of this program you may seek opportunities in law enforcement, corrections, probation, parole, or juvenile justice facilities. Kaplan University offers three emphasis areas in the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program: Law Enforcement, Private Security, and Corrections.
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  3. BSCJ/Corrections. Learn the administrative and operational aspects of the U.S. correctional system, both institutional and community based. Confront issues such as overcrowding, inmate rights, and juvenile justice. As a graduate you may qualify to pursue opportunities at local, state, and federal jail facilities and juvenile detention centers in administrative, tactical, and managerial roles.
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  4. BSCJ/Forensic Psychology. Learn the value of psychology within the context of the criminal justice system. In this program you will enhance your ability to identify and interact with mentally ill individuals, intervene in crisis situations, and understand the impact of crime on its victims and the community. As a graduate, you may qualify for advanced positions within police departments and law enforcement agencies, as well as opportunities in social services and the judicial system.
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  5. BSCJ/Law Enforcement prepares to start or advance a career in a police department or criminal investigations. Examine the roles, responsibilities, issues, and trends related to contemporary law enforcement organizations. This emphasis area also explores evidence and proof. Learn about trial proceedings, constitutional concepts, and criminal case law. As a graduate you may qualify for advanced positions within police departments and other law enforcement agencies.
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  6. BSCJ/Private Security. Learn techniques behind search, seizure, and discovery to help start or advance a career in security with companies, computer firms, retail stores, and schools. This emphasis area concentrates on collecting evidence and investigation. As a graduate you may qualify for employment in private security agencies, law firms, and corporate investigation departments.
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  7. BSPS/Alternative Dispute Resolution. Learn the methods and techniques to successful arbitration, mediation, and conflict negotiation. You will learn the dynamics and methods related to litigation for resolving disputes, as well as how to effectively arbitrate legal proceedings in divorce, family, and employment cases. You may qualify for employment as a paralegal to law firms and legal aid agencies that specialize in labor, family law, and contract law mediation and arbitration.
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  8. Advanced Start BS in Paralegal Studies. If you have your associate's degree, our advanced start program can help you earn a Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies in as little as 12 months.* A completed bachelor's degree will give you the qualifications you need to increase your income potential and marketability in today's job market. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, bachelor's degree holders earn nearly double what high school diploma holders earn and over 30 percent more than associate's degree holders during their working lifetime. Our innovative program combines the career-oriented focus of a two-year degree with the academic curriculum of a four-year program, giving you the flexibility of joining the workforce while pursuing your lifelong goals. This program prepares you with the knowledge, communication skills, critical thinking, and technical competencies required in the modern workplace. You can personalize your education to fit your needs by selecting a particular area of study: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Office Management, and Personal Injury. If you already hold an A.A.S., A.S., or A.A. degree from a regionally or nationally accredited college and want to earn a four-year degree to advance or start a career in paralegal studies, this program is for you.
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  9. BS in Paralegal Studies. If you want to pursue or advance a career as a paralegal, the Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies program will help you meet your career goals. This program provides a solid foundation in the law and paralegal skills, including litigation preparation, document supervision, and legal research. Graduates may pursue career opportunities or job advancement in a legal environment such as a private law firm, corporate law department, or local, state, or federal agency. You will gain research and analytical skills along with technical competencies in specialized areas of law. Kaplan University offers three emphasis areas in the Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies program: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Office Management, and Personal Injury. Students looking to advance their current paralegal career or seeking entry-level employment in a paralegal field that requires a bachelor's degree should consider this program.
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  10. BSPS/Office Management. Learn effective law office workflow coordination, team building, and law office procedures and record keeping. Graduates in this emphasis area may move into paralegal management positions.
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  11. BSPS/Personal Injury. Students are given the skills needed for work in the fields of personal injury and tort law, including negligence discovery, preparing briefs, analyzing case law, and presenting damages. You will learn about medical report analysis, malpractice litigation, product liability, and insurance claims. You may qualify for employment with personal injury and liability law firms or insurance companies.
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 Keiser College eCampus - Online

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice is designed for students interested in a career in law enforcement, Homeland Security, forensic science or related fields. This degree program provides instruction in current criminal justice issues such as law enforcement operations, the courts and correctional institutions, private investigations and victim and juvenile counseling. In addition to learning about theory and practice, students will gain exposure to the latest applied technology and interact with practitioners in criminal justice. Career opportunities include work in police agencies, private investigation agencies, state, federal and county corrections and probations offices and corporate loss prevention departments. Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice program also provides a strong foundation for students who are interested in continuing to law school. The Keiser College Criminal Justice program graduate can successfully work as in a variety of settings:

  • Criminal Justice (local, state or federal),
  • Intelligence Agencies,
  • Juvenile Justice,
  • Homeland Security,
  • Corrections (local, state or federal; probation and parole),
  • Forensic Science,
  • Courts (court services/administration),
  • Private Investigations.
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