Criminal Justice Associate of Arts Degree
Grantham University’s Criminal Justice degree programs give you the depth of knowledge you need to pursue a career in corrections, law enforcement, investigations and more. Our online associate and bachelor’s degrees in Criminal Justice (CJ) are designed to accommodate those requiring basic knowledge, as well as individuals seeking a comprehensive understanding of the field. Whichever degree program fits your needs, you will come away ready to launch your career, with practical, real-world insight into this intriguing field. Our online Criminal Justice program is perfect for people with high demands on their time, including those who work full time and active duty military personnel.
From 2010 to 2020, protective service occupations are expected to add 364,500 new jobs – an 11% growth. A Criminal Justice degree is a solid foundation for taking advantage of these growth opportunities. (Source: Spring 2012 BLS Occupational Outlook Quarterly)
With an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice (AA-CJ), you will be able to demonstrate a basic working knowledge of law enforcement, corrections, investigations and juvenile justice. You will gain the core understanding needed to be successful in the criminal justice workforce or to pursue a more advanced degree in this course of study.
Criminal Justice Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, you will be able to:
- Communicate effectively within varied aspects of a criminal justice enterprise
- Demonstrate basic knowledge of law enforcement, corrections, investigations and juvenile justice
- Employ critical thinking skills to effectively solve problems
Learn how an online degree from Grantham could change your life and ignite your career success. Our online classes are a great fit for active duty military, veterans, military spouses, high school graduates, government employees, first responders, law enforcement, firefighters, EMS professionals, EMTs, etc. Contact us at (888) 947-2684 to find out more about our accredited degree programs, financial assistance opportunities and enrollment process.