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Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (BSCJ) - Special Populations

American InterContinental University Online



American InterContinental University's online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (BSCJ) - Special Populations degree has been created as a flexible option for developing the foundation of understanding for the impact of diversity on the criminal justice system as a whole.

Throughout the course of this online criminal justice degree program, students will work with a variety of experts in the field as they work to understand of the policies and enforcement of drug-related crimes, as well as the philosophies and the processes of working with special populations in the juvenile justice system.

Students will be engaged in courses that incorporate rich, interactive multimedia technology through AIU Online's student-friendly Virtual Campus.

All applicants must have an A.S., A.A. or its equivalency. A student who has met the equivalency requirements will have completed a minimum of 48 credits in General Education courses and 42 credits of electives.

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Accreditation Information

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

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