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:
Fish and Game Warden
Crime Scene Investigator
Secret Service Agent
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agent
Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
Have the Law Enforcement Career You Desire
Put yourself on the path to a noble and reliable career. In this program, you'll learn about a wide range of subjects related to protecting others, solving crimes, and dealing with offenders. For example, you'll take courses in criminal law, forensics, crisis management, and corrections.
And you'll be taught by professionals who have real experience in the field of criminal justice. Plus, you can receive credit if you have already had taken some community college courses or had military or police academy training.
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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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Victimology (3 credits)
Theories and history shaping the bio-psycho-social and environmental characteristics of crime and violent victimization are examined with emphasis on their intersection with issues of race, gender, class, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.
Criminology (3 credits)
This course is a study of crime as a form of deviant behavior, nature and extent of crime, past and present theories, evaluation of prevention, control and treatment programs.
Police Administration (3 credits)
An organizational management and systems approach to the study of police administration. Emphasizes the administration of various police function, organizational structures, resources management, operational techniques, professional ethics, and leadership principles and their implications for generalized and specialized units.
Comparative Justice (3 credits)
The class will examine issues related to crime throughout the world. The student will identify, analyze, and compare the criminal justice systems in the U.S. with those of other countries. The course will explain the basic worldwide philosophies of law and justice, the arrangements for crime prevention and law enforcement, and the methods of selecting judges and juries around the world.
Juvenile Justice (3 credits)
Theoretical foundations of delinquency causation. Historical tracing of the American juvenile justice system including the juvenile court and its jurisdiction. Police interaction with juveniles; treatment and correctional strategies for young offenders.
Crisis Management (3 credits)
The course develops managerial skills in crisis avoidance, management, and recovery. Students learn how to respond to situations creating danger to organizations, their employees, and the public.
Upcoming Start: July 8
Applications Due by June 28