FBI National Academy Associates

Connecting your passion for justice with your pursuit for education

Welcome FBINNA members

The FBINNA is a non-profit organization comprised of law enforcement professionals that are dedicated to the promotion of the highest levels of expertise, training and education. We honor those lofty goals and encourage all members of FBINNA to pursue their education with our Criminal Justice and Security programs. In fact, as a FBINNA graduate you have already completed the equivalent of four courses toward a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration or three courses toward a Master of Science/Administration of Justice and Security.

We have a range of programs designed to help students stay on top of the critical topics facing professionals today. Our courses are taught by faculty that have extensive experience in the field, including those that have held leadership roles such as police chiefs, sheriffs, commanders or captains. Students study pertinent subjects such as how to manage personnel, budgeting, operational planning, contracts and ethics, interpersonal communications and cybercrime.

Additionally, as a student you benefit from:

  • Curriculum that is current, well-designed and thorough.
  • Applicable, real-life knowledge and guidance from experienced faculty.
  • Access to helpful online resources to help you succeed.
  • Career services to help you shape the future you want.

Our criminal justice and security degree programs are designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills you need to become a leader within your organization. Diane Scanga, FBINAA past president and University of Phoenix alumna, exemplifies this principle. She combined her passion for law enforcement and education to rise through the ranks from cadet to police captain and to serve as president of FBINAA.

FBI National Academy Associates are dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge and ongoing training in order to uphold the highest of professional standards. We understand your goals and are dedicated to helping you fulfil them.

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College of Security and Criminal Justice Faculty

Our faculty members are leaders in their field and are qualified to help students apply theory to real-world situations in criminal justice and security. With advanced degrees and extensive experience, many faculty members hold leadership positions such as police chiefs, sheriffs, commanders or captains. Meet some of our faculty members; you can even read a selection of their articles.

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*The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration, Bachelor of Science in Organizational Security and Management, and Master of Science in Administration of Justice and Security are educational degree programs and do not guarantee that a student will meet the particular 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 individual agencies for a list of requirements.

For more information about on-time completion rates, the median debt incurred by students who completed this program and other important information, please visit phoenix.edu/programs/gainful-employment.html

The University’s Central Administration is located at 1625 W. Fountainhead Parkway, Tempe, AZ 85282-2371. Online: 3157 E. Elwood St., Phoenix, AZ 85034.

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As an Academic Ally of the FBINAA, University of Phoenix offers you educational options to help you lead in your field.

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Welcome to the University of Phoenix College of Security and Criminal Justice, where our degree programs are designed to help you develop management and leadership skills in the fields of criminal justice and security. Read more