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Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Azusa Pacific’s Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree program provides a broad knowledge base combined with the practical skills needed in a criminal justice program. In addition, all students are offered the opportunity to choose from multiple emphasis areas—such as Criminal Behavior, Forensics, Clinical Psychology, and Public Administration—so they can specialize in their field of interest.

A Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice will help prepare you for a career as a:

  • Police Officer
  • Federal Agent
  • Detective
  • Victims Advocate
  • Paralegal
  • Forensic Analyst
  • Police Records Clerk
  • Correctional Officer

The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice can be completed entirely online, on your own schedule, so working adults can balance their life, work, and education. As with all Azusa Pacific degrees, the curriculum is faith-integrated and taught from a Christian worldview.

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