Stevenson University Online’s Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice is designed for working adults who want to pursue a career in improving the quality of justice through education, research, and public service. Professionals in Stevenson's online Criminal Justice bachelor program will learn through a targeted mix of compelling online classes designed to prepare them for careers in education, research, or public service.
Students will learn how justice is administered locally, nationally, and globally in order to understand and confront the fundamental issues of criminal justice we face as professionals and involved citizens.
The curriculum for the online bachelors degree in criminal justice combines theory with practice, requiring courses in psychology, sociology, law, technology, and criminal justice. Designed for working professionals, this program is offered fully online in 8-week sessions.
Stevenson offers focused electives designed for practicing or aspiring criminal justice professionals who want to enhance their knowledge of law enforcement management and leadership. Through taking these optional courses, students in the Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice online program will examine human resources dilemmas and integrate management theory and behavioral concepts as they relate to modern organizations. These courses emphasize analysis and synthesis of approaches to management within a criminal justice agency or organization.
Graduates from the Online Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice can pursue careers in several fields including:
Students in the Bachelors in Criminal Justice Online program can choose from a wide variety of courses including:
|Per Course (3-Credits)||$1,350.00|
Through Stevenson University’s Credit for Prior Learning Program, undergraduate students are eligible to earn up to 30 credits for what they have learned through their previous work and life experiences. Stevenson University Online offers several options for assessing and awarding college credit for prior learning. For more information, visit our Credit for Prior Learning page.