Hybrid, Convenient Format
You will earn your degree in 16 to 24 months with a combination of evening and online courses. Not only is this format convenient for busy criminal justice professionals, it will hold your interest and keep you engaged.
Mental Health Focus
The concentration focuses on the intersection between criminal justice and mental health, and includes mental health first aid, and collaboration with mental health professionals.
Human Services Foundation
This criminal justice concentration is built upon a foundation in human services, which is especially relevant for those who work with the public.
Support for Adults
Since you may have been away from the academic scene for many years, we understand that you may be worried about your writing and technical skills. That's why we offer the academic support you may need from attentive faculty, staff, and the excellent academic resource specialist at your campus.
Credit for Prior Learning
Earn undergraduate credit for prior professional development training hours including professional certificates and Police Academy and corrections trainings.
An Affordable Degree
The combination of an accelerated format, affordable tuition, and staff to help you navigate the financial aid process makes this a surprisingly affordable program.
Relevant and Current Courses
The criminal justice concentration offers courses that reflect the dynamic, evolving nature of criminal justice, such as Homeland Security and terrorism, Intersection of Criminal Justice and Mental Health Systems, and Cyber Crimes.
Campuses provide support to veterans who are accessing veteran benefits and services.
National and Regional Recognition
Get connected with local, regional, and national organizations with which Springfield College and its School of Professional and Continuing Studies have articulation agreements and partnership.
Learn from faculty members who include accomplished professionals in the fields of law enforcement, corrections, private security, counseling, and law.