• Want to make a difference in your community?

    Consider a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice.

    Are you thinking of beginning a new career and have always wanted to work in law enforcement, keeping the peace and helping those in need? Or do you already work in criminal justice and want to become a supervisor, learn new skills, improve your salary potential or advance in your field?(1)

    Call or request information if you answered yes to these questions!

    What can you do with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice?

    A bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Remington College helps to prepare you for a variety of potential opportunities including probation officers, correctional treatment specialist, private detective, investigator or corrections officer.(1,2)

    Our graduates have also gained employment as loss prevention officers, border control agents and security personnel. The opportunities in this industry are diverse, and Remington College can help you prepare for the criminal justice career that interests you.(1)

    Where can you pursue a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice with Remington College?

    The Remington College Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice is offered at our Dallas, Fort Worth, Honolulu, Houston (Greenspoint), Memphis, Shreveport, and Tampa campuses.

    Don't live close to one of our campuses? Not a problem. The program is also offered completely online - so you can work toward your criminal justice degree wherever you have access to an internet connection.(3)

    Here's the best part: Remington College's Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice was designed for students who have already earned an associate's degree from an accredited college, and can be completed in as few as 18 months and financial aid is available to those who qualify.

    What job opportunities are available to Criminal Justice graduates?

    Job opportunities in criminal justice fields are expected to be excellent in several specific job duties. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) anticipates between 5 and 12 percent job growth in the criminal justice field between 2012 and 2022. Job opportunities should expand in criminal justice during this same period, as many people in the field are projected to retire.(2)

    What will you study in our Criminal Justice courses?

    The Criminal Justice bachelor's degree program at Remington College offers a focused curriculum aimed at developing specific skills, knowledge and experiences within the field. Topics of study include Criminal Justice Research Methods and Data Resources, Forensic Psychology, Restorative Justice, and Vice, Narcotics and Crime Intelligence, to name a few.

    Our curriculum is appropriate for those seeking an introduction to criminal justice as well as experienced professionals eager for advancement or further study.(1)

    Courses focus on contemporary criminal justice issues as well as juvenile justice, sociology, safety and risk management, crime intelligence and more.

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