Minor in Criminal Justice
A Minor in Criminal Justice is a good choice if you are majoring in another discipline but you are interested in a career in criminal justice.
All criminal justice requirements for a minor can be met with online courses, although most of those online courses may also be taken in a traditional classroom setting if that is preferred. Students with a Minor in Criminal Justice have several choices upon graduation. Learn More.
Master of Applied Science
The focus of the Masters of Applied Science in Forensic Investigations will provide broad-based exposure to the discipline of forensic investigations and provide some special courses to enhance the student’s professional expertise.
One of the goals of the program is to encourage research and publications in the field of forensic investigations and the student may receive credit for independent research projects.
The focus of the Certificate is to provide broad-based exposure to the discipline of forensic studies and provide some special courses to enhance the student’s professional expertise.
After completing the program, the student will receive a Graduate Certificate in Forensic Investigations. The student may then choose to use the credits earned in obtaining the Certificate toward the Masters in Applied Science in Forensic Investigations if the student wants to do so.
An Associate of Science (A.S.) degree in Criminal Justice is an option for any student interested in working in the criminal justice system; but who is only ready to commit to a degree that can be obtained in two years by a full time student.
Almost all the Criminal Justice/Legal Studies courses required for this degree are available online or face to face, depending on the semester. Students who earn an A.S. can use their courses toward a B.S. in Criminal Justice in our Department as well.