The online Criminal Justice Administration Bachelor of Science Degree Program is designed to emphasize the importance of diversity, ethical treatment, and involvement in the community. The online Criminal Justice Administration program specifically provides students with opportunities and training to explore some of the controversial issues facing our nation and apply what they have learned in class to community settings. Criminal Justice Administration students can gain practical, real-world knowledge to be successful. Successful graduates are armed with the advantages of exposure to solid business communication and management skills and can be confident that they are prepared to meet the challenges of an entry-level position in criminal justice administration. These online classes are designed for full-time students to complete the online program in 36 months.
This online program requires all the courses in the Criminal Justice Associate of Science Degree Program as well as the following:
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|Program Requirements||Quarter Course Credit Hours|
|CJA300**||Introduction to Policing||4|
|CJA305**||Punishment and Corrections||4|
|CJA310**||Theories of Crime||4|
|CJA320**||Crime Control Strategies||4|
|CJA330**||Women, Crime, and Justice||4|
|CJA340**||Criminal Justice Research||4|
|CJA350**||Criminal Justice Management and Planning||4|
|CJA360**||White Collar Crime||4|
|CJA400**||Chemical Dependence and Abuse||4|
|CJA420**||Applied Crime Mapping||4|
|CJA430**||Crime, Grime, and Fear||4|
|CJA440**||Terrorism and Homeland Security||4|
|CJA450**||Criminal Justice Ethics and Morality||4|
|ENG206*||Introduction to Literature||4|
|SCI305*||Technology and Society||4|
|SOC201*||Introduction to Sociology||4|
|Total Quarter Course Credit Hours Required||180|
*Students must complete a minimum of 56 quarter course credit hours or equivalent in General Education containing at least one course in each of the following areas: humanities, mathematics, science, and social science.
**Students must complete a minimum of 48 quarter course credit hours or 12 courses of the Criminal Justice Administration courses identified at the 300 and 400 level.
January 1, 2014