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Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice - Computer Science

Grantham University



The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice engages the student in theories of criminal justice as related to practical experiences. The student gains the ability to analyze both theories and concepts of crime and employ his/her analytical skills to make decisions and solve problems. The degree prepares the student for a career in local, state, or federal law enforcement. Concentrations are available in Homeland Security and Computer Science.

Concentration in Information Technology

This concentration requires the student to take courses that emphasize the design and development of information systems and software. This concentration prepares students to design and develop information systems and software. It includes the study of information systems, database design, network communications, and object-oriented programming. Students focus on practical theory and techniques that assist them to work effectively in business applications of information systems, as well as in the full life-cycle of information systems from requirements through implementation and maintenance. Graduates are qualified to work in a range of positions from entry-level programmers to advanced information systems analysts.

At the successful completion of the program, the student should be able to:

  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of strengths and challenges of current Microsoft Office products
  • Communicate effectively
  • Demonstrate critical thinking
  • Interpret written programs
  • Create, design, and maintain Web pages

Accreditation Information

Distance Education and Training Council, Accrediting Commission

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