The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice is designed to provide you with a solid foundation in criminal justice and a broad liberal arts education to help prepare you for a new career or advancement within the field.*
The web-based baccalaureate program is taught by faculty who bring years of experience in the criminal justice field and help you build your professional skills and knowledge in many areas, including these concentrations: crime scene investigation, forensic psychology, homeland security, juvenile justice, and law enforcement.
Kaplan University aims to provide you with a degree plan that is a direct and relevant path to your career goals while helping you save time and money. To that end, you could earn credit for eligible prior learning and work experience, which could shorten your path to a degree.†
At Kaplan University, you can pursue your education goals and develop the confidence and knowledge to help drive change in your life and open the door to new career opportunities.
*Kaplan University cannot guarantee employment or career advancement. Local, state, and federal law enforcement jobs may require additional training or education including additional state-approved higher education beyond Kaplan University's degree. You should fully research the requirements of any such position you intend to seek prior to enrolling in your program.
†Kaplan University does not guarantee the transferability of credit. See the University Catalog for the Prior Learning Assessment Policy.
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