23.Fayetteville State University – Department of Criminal Justice
(Fayetteville, North Carolina)
Fayetteville State University (FSU) has close to 6,000 students. FSU provides a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Established in 1867, the university is the second-oldest state-supported post-secondary school in North Carolina.
Among its web-based degree program offerings, FSU offers an online Bachelor of Science degree completion program in Criminal Justice.
After students finish their core courses, they can choose from a wide variety of electives, including the following:
- Criminal Law
- Prisons and Society
- Race, Class, and Gender in Criminal Justice
- Criminal Justice, Organization, Management and Administration
- Criminal Justice Statistics
- Police and Society
- White Collar Crime
Fayetteville State University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
24.University of Colorado, Colorado Springs – School of Public Affairs
(Colorado Springs, Colorado)
The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS), founded in 1965, is a campus of the University of Colorado system. UCCS has more than 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The school offers a wide variety of degree programs.
The online 120-credit-hour Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice program requires students to complete a minimum of 39 credit hours in criminal justice core courses.
Through its interdisciplinary approach, the Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice provides students with a breadth of knowledge and skills for the criminal justice field. The program also reviews the ethical issues facing professionals in the field.
Some of the core courses from the program:
- Crime Theory and Causes
- Criminal Justice Research Methods
- Statistics for Criminal Justice
- Violence in Society
- Law Enforcement
- Courts and Judicial Process
- Ethics in Criminal Justice
Students who complete the online Criminal Justice Bachelor’s degree can seek jobs in law enforcement, corrections, courts, and related areas.
The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
25.Tiffin University – School of Criminal Justice & Social Sciences
Tiffin University, a private, post-secondary institution founded in 1888, consists of several campuses in Ohio and also offers degree programs online. Tiffin University has approximately 4,000 students enrolled in its undergraduate and graduate programs.
The Bachelor of Criminal Justice online degree program provides four different areas of specialization: Corrections, Homeland Security and Terrorism, Justice Administration, and Law Enforcement. With the exception of the Law Enforcement specialization (which requires 122 credits), students must complete 121 credit hours to graduate. Regardless of the chosen specialization, students must take the following core courses:
- Introduction to Criminal Justice
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Procedures
- Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
- Research Design
The online Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice prepares students for a variety of jobs. Many students continue their education and attain an advanced degree.
Tiffin University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.