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Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Criminal Justice Management and Administration

Walden University



The online B.S. in Criminal Justice - Criminal Justice Management and Administration degree from Walden University has been created designed to help individuals to gain the skill and knowledge they needed for careers in law enforcement, the justice system, corrections, homeland security, and social services.

Throughout the course of this online Criminal Justice Management and Administration degree program, students will study corm a curriculum that blends contemporary theory on the nature, extent, and cause of crime with the study of national and international criminal justice practices.

The online Criminal Justice Management and Administration courses in this criminal justice degree program will guide students in their study of topics, such as:

  • Communication Skills For Career Development
  • Contemporary Criminal Justice Systems
  • Criminology and Social Control
  • Corrections
  • Courts and Judicial Process
  • Law Enforcement
  • Data Analysis for the Criminal Justice Professional
  • Management and Supervision in Criminal Justice Systems
  • Planning and Budgeting

Learning in this online criminal justice program is supported through coursework and a final capstone project. Plus, the program uses the latest interactive media, including lifelike, computer-generated scenarios from crime scenes. The curriculum is based on the recommendations of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, and will prepare students for becoming a more effective social change agent in criminal justice organizations at the local, state, federal, or international levels.

Students will prepare for positions in a range of departments, including local and regional law enforcement offices, victim and advocacy services, and criminal justice-related non profit organizations.

Students must have a high school diploma or equivalent and be at least 24 years old.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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