Justice and Law Enforcement
Serve communities through justice and law enforcement with a degree in criminal justice.
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.)/Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Criminal Justice has close working relations with other disciplines to provide qualified personnel for all segments of the criminal justice system with a primary focus on law enforcement training and advancement.
The program is geared towards four major focuses:
- To produce trained personnel for all parts of the criminal justice system, and its related fields;
- To improve the understanding and ability of those currently working in the criminal justice field, as well as provide research and educational assistance to criminal justice agencies;
- To create a better understanding between the public and the criminal justice system; and,
- To provide a complete education in criminal justice for graduates who choose to pursue masters, doctoral, and law degrees after graduation.
Admission Requirements for the Online Bachelor in Criminal Justice can be found at Undergraduate Admission Requirements.
How to Apply:
How you apply depends on the type of student you are:
First Time Students:
Returning Students Applying for Readmission:
For more information about the online Bachelor in Criminal Justice, contact USD Online at 605-658-6200 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.