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Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Online

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Program Overview

UT’s bachelor of criminal justice online degree program teaches students about crime, offenders and victims, policing tactics, criminal investigation, foundational law, social justice, and corrections. Students learn in a dynamic and integrated environment that combines teaching, research, and service. Graduates are prepared to work in a variety of fields within the criminal justice system, including law enforcement, corrections, and community service.  

Benefits of UT

The University of Toledo is a 4 year, public, regionally accredited, university that has been serving students since 1872. As a student, you will enjoy: direct contact with your Success Coach and advisers, and interactive faculty to help you achieve your goals. UT also has a many resources that a large institution offers such as; eTutoring, IT Help Desk, and eLibrary.

Program Details

UT’s online bachelor degree program in criminal justice explores the nature of crime holistically. Students learn about crime prevention, juvenile delinquency, the justice system, and how key agencies work together to control and reduce crime.

Transferring?

We make the transfer process seamless. You receive an official evaluation as soon as we receive your official transcripts. You can also get an unofficial evaluation from Transferology.com.

Check out our transfer scholarships!

 

CAREER OUTLOOK

Graduates with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice typically pursue a master’s degree in the field or find work in law enforcement or legal services. Explore criminal justice employment statistics to learn more about job prospects.

Curriculum

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

To be admitted to a bachelor’s degree program at UT’s College of Health and Human Service prospective students need a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.5. Transfer students’ minimum GPA requirements are based on the number of transfer credits. 

Applicants who do not qualify for admission to the College of Social Justice and Human Service will first be admitted to the University College, Department of Exploratory Studies.

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Last Updated: 3/10/17