College of Criminal Justice and Security
This graduate degree prepares students for executive, leadership and administrative managerial roles within government, criminal justice agencies, and public and private security. Concentrations in Law Enforcement and Global and Homeland Security instruct students on up-to-date strategies to help manage and administer programs within the criminal justice and security industries.*
About the College of Criminal Justice and Security
To you, safety and security are the most important issues in your community and the world around you. You recognize the need for the protection of both people and assets. That’s why the College of Criminal Justice and Security was created—to provide you with degree programs that give you a deeper understanding of criminal justice and security best practices and help you advance your career.
Our bachelor’s and master’s programs in criminal justice administration, such as the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration, develop leadership skills in the roles within law enforcement, corrections, the criminal court system and security. Our security degree programs teach how the digital world has made an impact on private- and public-sector security and how organizations implement prevention strategies.
With curricula that emphasize current theories, as well as real-world situations, you will quickly see how you can have a positive influence in your community.
Our faculty members teaching within the college have extensive experience in the field of criminal justice and security. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from actual chiefs of police, sheriffs, judges, wardens and security executives. Become part of something bigger than yourself and join a network of students who share your vision of a more secure world. Become a student of the College of Criminal Justice and Security.
For more information about on-time completion rates, the median debt incurred by students who completed this program and other important information, please visit: http://www.phoenix.edu/programs/gainful-employment.html
*The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration, Bachelor of Science in Organizational Security and Management, and Master of Science Administration of Justice and Security programs are educational degree programs. Graduates may need to meet other requirements or qualifications to become a law enforcement, corrections, or peace officer at the state, national, or international level. Students who are interested in pursuing such professions are encouraged to check with the applicable agencies for a list of requirements.
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