1. Flexible Schedule

Evenings, weekends, online–choose a schedule that works for you.

2. Relevant and Current Courses

Courses reflect the dynamic, evolving nature of criminal justice, such as homeland security and terrorism, the intersection of criminal justice and mental health systems, and cybercrimes.

3. Promising Future

Skilled human service workers are in high demand, translating directly into rewarding opportunities for you.

4. Support for Adults and Other Students

Your academic success coach and the academic resource connection are key components of the support readily available to you.

5. Credit for Prior Learning

Earn undergraduate credit for prior professional development training hours, including professional certificates, police academy, and corrections trainings.

6. An Affordable Degree

The trimester format, reasonable tuition, low fees, and e-book initiatives make this a surprisingly affordable program.

7. Student Projects

Upgrade your résumé with hands-on community projects that positively impact people before you even graduate.

8. National and Regional Recognition

Get connected with the local, regional, and national organizations with which we have articulation agreements.

9. Faculty Who Know Human Services

Learn from exceptional faculty members who are leaders in the fields of law enforcement, corrections, private security, counseling, and law.

10. Greater Good

Learn with students from all walks and stages of life who are equally focused on transforming their communities.