BS in Criminal Justice

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Our Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Program is designed to provide students with an understanding of criminal offending and the criminal justice process. As society continues to grow, so does the need for this career and the understanding of how and why such behavior occurs. This program stresses an interdisciplinary study of criminal justice in America. If interested in careers in criminal justice, crime prevention, child behavioral problems, adolescent delinquency, or effective intervention, this degree is extremely valuable.

Graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program will be prepared for careers in law enforcement,corrections and supervision, security, and safety. They may work in the public or private sector. 

Private companies seek professionals to keep property secure and people safe, or to conduct private investigations.

In the public sector, graduates find employment at the local level in police and sheriff's departments, at the state level with state police and prison system, and at the national level with the federal prison system, FBI, and Department of Homeland Security. They may also work in state and national forests as park rangers, fish and game wardens, or in airports as air marshals.

In whichever setting our graduates find themselves, all rely on their University of Cincinnati Online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice coursework to guide them in abiding by and enforcing our laws and ensuring that people and property remain safe.

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Learn more about Cincinnati Online's BS in Criminal Justice program with our free online webinar, Thursday, February 15th at 6pm EST.

This live webinar can be attended from the convenience of your phone, tablet, or computer. We welcome you to take advantage of this great opportunity to learn more about the program, including admission requirements, curriculum, and financial aid. You will also get the opportunity to ask questions to the University of Cincinnati faculty.

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