Online Bachelor's in Criminal Justice Curriculum
This is a sample list of courses you will be required to complete for the online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program. To view a full list, please click below to get your program guide.
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- Completed Application Form
- High School Diploma or GED
- Higher Education Transcript(s)
Career Opportunities in Criminal Justice
Pursue an exciting career in law enforcement, investigations, homeland security and more when you complete the online bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Central Christian College of Kansas.
Career opportunities include:
- US Marshal
- Fish and Game Warden
- Police Officer
- Private Investigator
- Crime Scene Investigator
- Probation Officer
- FBI Agent
- Secret Service Agent
- Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agent
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How to apply?
- Register through the form above
- Create your account and upload your documents
- Get approved and get started (Good Luck!)
Why Earn Your Criminal Justice Degree Online?
Your studies will be focused with one six-week online course at a time taught by instructors with real-world policing experience. If you’re already in the field, the courses offered in the criminal justice bachelor’s degree program can help you maintain current certification.
Students in the Online Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Program will participate in courses that were created by people who are experts in criminal justice careers.
While looking at online Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice degree options, too many students assume that the only career option associated with criminal justice bachelor’s degree is working as a law enforcement officer.
While many of the best law enforcement officers in the country are graduates of criminal justice bachelor's degree programs, there's actually a variety of other positions available in this expansive field.