- Anchorage, United States
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
- Degree Level:
- Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice
- Program Description:
Charter College’s Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice program provides students interested in policing, criminal law, or corrections with an interdisciplinary study of crime and justice. The program is a degree completion program designed for those who already have an associate degree or significant coursework in the criminal justice field (see course catalog for all requirements).
The program provides students interested in policing, criminal law, or corrections with an interdisciplinary study of crime and justice. Foundations of management, conflict resolution, ethics, human relations, and use of technology are combined with an interdisciplinary array of communication, economics, and logic courses necessary to provide a broad perspective of current and future criminal justice working environments and demands. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates could be prepared to enhance their existing criminal justice careers or seek entry-level employment in criminal justice.
If you’re looking for a criminal justice degree in Alaska, Washington, or California, consider Charter College.
Requirements for Admission:
Must transfer in 67.5 quarter credit hours in criminal justice and 22.5 quarter credit hours in general education
Fundamentals of policing, criminal law, and corrections
Examination of the criminal justice process, its history, and key components
Theories of Crime and Justice
Restorative Justice Systems
Probation and Parole
Offered online for student convenience with access to the resources of the local Charter College land campus
Additional Program Information
- Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools
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