The B.S. in Criminal Justice will help you grow your career in law enforcement. You’ll develop a working knowledge of criminology, corrections, probation, parole, constitutional law, and advocacy.
Degree Program Details
An overview of what we offer, what you’ll learn, and how to get started.
- Crime Prevention and Control
- Victim Rights and Advocacy
- Research Methods
- Law and Society
- Possess a broad and interdisciplinary understanding of the psychosocial, cultural, ethical, and political dimensions of criminal justice in contemporary society.
- Demonstrate an ability to understand and apply ethical thinking and behavior as it relates to their work environment.
- Use research methodology and interpret information as it applies to criminal justice.
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of criminology, criminal justice, law enforcement, corrections, probation/parole, US and NH constitutional law, and advocacy.
Step #1 – Earn Your Associate Degree
Your associate degree should contain the following courses as a foundation for this Transfer Pathway:
- Introduction to Criminology
- Criminal Justice System
Step #2 – Apply to Granite State College!
Contact us to set up an appointment or begin your application now. During this process, an advisor will review your transcripts to ensure your eligibility for the Transfer Pathway, or recommend a more helpful option for you.
Step #3 – Complete Your Degree Requirements
Review the courses you’ll take as a student by opening the Course Highlights tab above.
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- Regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
- Available fully online with select on campus courses.
- Affordable tuition.
- Top-ranked by U.S. News & World Report for our online bachelor’s degrees.
- 84% of our students are transfer students. Making the most of your transfer credits is our specialty.
- Career counseling is available to all students and alumni. We also extend this service to those considering their college options.
- Faculty who are subject matter experts that share their real-world expertise to help you apply what you learn to your personal goals and career.
Your Prior and Current Learning Counts
Many of our students can demonstrate college-level knowledge gained from military, workplace and volunteer-based training, and experiences. We are expert at helping students demonstrate learning and earning academic credit.Learn More
Job opportunities, in particular for correctional officers (COs), are expected to be ample. Corrections agencies have a hard time attracting and keeping qualified applicants because of the demands and nature of the positions.
Military experience will help give applicants a competitive edge in related fields that require a degree in criminal justice, including: policing and law enforcement, federal service agencies, loss prevention, and business security.