Degree in Criminal Justice
At University of Phoenix, you can keep up with job and family obligations while you earn an associate's, bachelor's or master's degree in criminal justice. At the associate degree level, our criminal justice concentration focuses on policing practices, corrections, the criminal court system, and juvenile justice. The focus of the undergraduate and graduate degree programs in criminal justice centers on:
- Interrelationships between citizens, communities and the police and court system
- A pedagogical approach that emphasizes sound critical and evaluative practices
- Instruction in the structure of the criminal justice system, which is oriented towards student application of learned critical-thinking skills
At University of Phoenix, you have the opportunity to continue your studies year round and earn your degree sooner than you may think. Our innovative educational approach allows you to earn your degree in an efficient manner while having the freedom to meet your work, family and personal commitments.
Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programs in Criminal Justice
Our bachelor's degree programs enable students to focus their learning on criminal justice administration. If you're ready to study at the graduate level, our master of science program focuses on the administration of criminal justice and security programs.
Chances are, University of Phoenix offers educational opportunities near your community. College programs focused on providing real-world learning are within your reach. In fact, our programs are designed, often in collaboration with industry professionals, to ensure that you receive a college education based on current knowledge and relevant, applicable skills.
While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor to confirm program availability in your local area.