Criminal Justice

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Criminal Justice

Through our associate and bachelor’s degree programs in Criminal Justice, you can have the opportunity to work in careers that will allow you to serve the public, your state and even your country upon graduation.

Already working in law enforcement? Certified Police Officers and Correctional Officers are able to receive credit for up to four courses. Plus, with Keiser University's shift-friendly schedule, it's easy to fit school into your life.

The associate degree program's courses parallel the first two years of the bachelor's degree program. So, after completing your associate degree, you can either begin your career or continue your education in Keiser University's bachelor's degree program in Criminal Justice, Public Safety, Homeland Security or Interdisciplinary Studies.

In the bachelor’s degree program, you will gain knowledge in numerous areas that make up the American Criminal Justice System. Launch or advance your career by studying subjects such as Deviant Behavior, Victimology, Private Security and Organized Crime. When you graduate, you will have the opportunity to continue on for your Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice or Homeland Security.

Whether you want to advance your knowledge or begin in a new career, you will be able to accomplish your goals through our associate and bachelor's degree in criminal justice. Find out how Keiser University can help you accomplish your career goals today!