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Criminal Justice
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Criminal Justice & Degree Programs

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Criminal justice workers do more than walk patrol beats and keep watch on cell blocks. Well-trained and educated members of the criminal justice community are essential to effective offender assessment, rehabilitation and other complex aspects of the profession.

Completing a bachelor's-level program can give you a firm background in the concepts, theoretical perspectives and key institutional roles of criminal justice, as well as teaching the legal and ethical principles that helped bring the field into its modern state. Many programs also dive into the behavior patterns of offenders and the root causes of crime.

Online criminal justice degrees are also available at many institutions and can be a great option for working professionals who don't have space in their schedule to earn a full-time degree on a traditional campus. Online degrees for criminal justice students feature nearly identical coursework to their campus-based counterparts and, depending on the institution, may also be more affordable.

Best Colleges for Criminal Justice Degree Programs

We analyzed hundreds of institutions based on data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and ranked the top schools for criminal justice based on their total scores in eight categories. Check out how we did it by clicking the Methodology button, and read on to learn more about the best colleges for criminal justice degree programs.

Methodology
1CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice+
ADMISSION RATE
37%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$65
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
0

CUNY's John Jay College is an institution dedicated to criminal justice education, so it's not surprising that it reported the largest percentage of field-focused graduates among our top schools for criminal justice. More than 47 percent of students who finished their degrees at John Jay in 2015 left school with some level of criminal justice degree.

Degree programs here consist of a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in crime control and prevention, a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in institutional theory and practice, and another B.S. in criminal justice management. Criminal justice undergraduates with academic leanings can study criminology or correctional studies, both on a B.S. curriculum.

Additional Info
2Missouri Southern State University+
ADMISSION RATE
94%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$25
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
7

Our No. 2 school took the top spot for tuition and fees affordability among schools that made our list. Students at Missouri Southern State University paid an annual average of less than $6,000 for their basic college expenses in 2015-16.

Along with its bachelor's degree in criminal justice administration, MSSU offers a four-year study plan in computational forensics that aims to teach tech-savvy criminal justice students to analyze, understand and prevent computer-based criminal activity. Associate degrees in law enforcement are also available, as well as minor concentrations in corrections, juvenile justice and crime scene investigation.

Additional Info
3Lake Superior State University+
ADMISSION RATE
92%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$35
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
1

The criminal justice program at Lake Superior State University places a firm emphasis on critical thinking and introduces students to a range of perspectives on the criminal justice field. Available concentrations for criminal justice students include corrections, homeland security, law enforcement, criminalistics and public safety. A general criminal justice degree is also available.

Students at this institution on Michigan's Upper Peninsula can also earn an associate degree in corrections, homeland security or law enforcement on the way to completing their bachelor's, allowing them to effectively specialize in two separate branches of the field and expand their criminal justice skillset beyond the single concentration taken in a typical four-year program.

Additional Info
4University of Wisconsin-Platteville+
ADMISSION RATE
94%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$44
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
8

Founded in 1866 as a teacher education academy, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville has grown into a comprehensive institution of higher learning. Just two other schools on our list had higher graduation rates than UW-Platteville, and students can take advantage of career counseling and placement services offered through the college during and after their time in school.

Criminal justice students hoping to study crime scene science can earn a hands-on degree in forensic investigation at UW-Platteville. Not only does the school offer a comprehensive plan of classroom study in criminal forensics, the campus is home to a forensic investigation laboratory and a research facility that includes a high-tech "crime scene house" where you can put your skills to the test.

Additional Info
5Grantham University+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
N/A
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
43

Grantham University took a spot among the best schools for online criminal justice degrees, reporting that fully 100 percent of its students earned their degrees via distance education in 2015. The criminal justice degree plan at Grantham requires 121 credit hours of study, which full-time students should be able to complete in 38 months. Transfer credits or temporary part-time status could affect that estimate.

Two concentrations are available for Grantham's criminal justice students -- homeland security and computer science. The homeland security concentration focuses on border security, terrorism prevention and emergency and disaster planning, while the computer science focus takes a hard look at computer crime, ethical hacking and criminal intelligence analysis.

Additional Info
6Columbia College+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
$35
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
37

Administration is the focus of the undergraduate criminal justice degree programs at our No. 6 school, which features a range of online degrees for criminal justice students. Columbia College students can earn online criminal justice administration degrees at the associate, bachelor's and master's levels, with on-campus options also available for several courses in the study plan.

Students who live near the main Columbia, Missouri, campus of this institution can also choose to pursue a B.S. in forensic science that includes courses in physical evidence, serology, drug chemistry, toxicology, DNA technology and more. Certificates in crime scene investigation are available both online and on campus.

Additional Info
7SUNY College of Technology at Canton+
ADMISSION RATE
85%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Recommended
APPLICATION FEE
$50
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
10

Although beginning its life as the first two-year college in New York, the State University of New York College of Technology at Canton has grown into an expansive institution that offers bachelor's degrees in addition to its professional certificates and associate degrees. Criminal justice degree options can be found at either level, online as well as on campus.

Online and hybrid students at SUNY Canton can choose among bachelor's degrees in homeland security, emergency management and law enforcement leadership, as well as an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in general criminal justice. A Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) degree in criminal investigation is also available for on-campus students.

Additional Info
8University of New Haven+
ADMISSION RATE
82%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$50
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
9

The University of New Haven's Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences offers a wide range of B.S. and A.S. degrees in criminal justice. Undergraduates at the Connecticut institution can choose among bachelor's degrees in corrections, crime analysis, investigative services, juvenile and family justice, law enforcement administration and victim services administration, all under the umbrella of general criminal justice.

What's more, if you're interested in using psychological tools and methods to help law enforcement agencies study, prevent and address the root causes of crime, the University of New Haven has got you covered. The school offers a B.A. program in forensic psychology as a joint effort between faculty in the criminal justice and psychology departments.

Additional Info
9Missouri Western State University+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
N/A
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
3

The average tuition and fees expense of $6,256 among students at Missouri Western State University ranked No. 2 among our top ten schools for criminal justice students, and that's not the only upside to this Midwestern school. On-campus students who need flexibility can take advantage of alternative tuition payment plans and classes that meet in the evenings and or on weekends.

Undergraduate programs in criminal justice at MWSU include B.S. degrees in corrections, juvenile justice, law enforcement and criminal justice administration. An Associate of Science (A.S.) degree in criminal justice is also available, as well as a certificate and a Master's of Applied Science (M.A.S.) in forensic investigations.

Additional Info
10Eagle Gate College-Layton+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
N/A
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
11

We saved the smallest school on our list for last. Eagle Gate College in Layton, Utah, awarded fewer than 150 total degrees in 2015, but one in four of those graduates left school with a degree in criminal justice. Just two other schools on our list had a higher percentage of criminal justice degrees among their 2015 graduates.

Eagle Gate College also recorded the No. 1 graduation rate among our top 10 schools for criminal justice degrees and reports a student faculty ratio of 12:1. The national average student-faculty ratio was 16:1 in 2016, so Eagle Gate students are more likely than most to have access to personalized time with professors and other faculty.

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Common Career Paths

Many of the entry-level positions in the criminal justice field don't require a bachelor's degree to get started, although advancement in the field is often linked to education as well as experience. That said, though, education requirements tend to vary by state. Here are a few potential first steps on the path to a criminal justice career.

  • Bailiffs maintain security and order in courtrooms, enforcing the rules of the particular court where they're employed, and may deliver documents or assist judges in other ways
  • Detectives and criminal investigators gather facts and collect evidence by conducting interviews, examining records and observing suspects' activities
  • Police and sheriff's patrol officers perform general law enforcement tasks such as watching for criminal activity and responding to emergency and non-emergency calls
  • Private detectives and investigators typically work independently of formal police departments and can be hired by citizens and organizations to perform investigative services
  • Correctional officers and jailors work inside jails and prisons to supervise inmates, inspect facilities, monitor correctional activity and enforce regulations

Career outlooks for criminal justice

Certain careers have more favorable job growth projections than others, and knowing which jobs are the hottest can help you plan wisely for the future. Take a look at these employment statistics for some top criminal justice careers.

Position
Employment (2016)
Average Salary
(2016)
Expected Job Growth
(2014-2024)
Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary14,620$67,04021.4%
Private Detectives and Investigators28,490$53,5305.2%
Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers657,690$62,7605%
Correctional Officers and Jailers431,600$46,7503.7%
Source: 2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Professional organizations for criminal justice

It's possible to get through school and build a fine career in criminal justice without ever joining a professional organization, but the benefits of membership can be difficult to ignore. Exclusive professional development opportunities, access to industry publications, regional and national events, professional networking, retail discounts and more may be available to members of criminal justice organizations like these:

Financial aid and scholarships

Student aid programs can go a long way toward helping you afford your criminal justice degree. Most grants and scholarships specifically designed for criminal justice students are offered at the regional or institutional level, although some general federal financial aid may also be available. Here's a quick list of available programs.

 
ISF Scholarship
Applicant must be Muslim or an active member of the Muslim community who is enrolled at an accredited university as an undergraduate (sophomore, junior, or senior) or graduate student (including Ph.D.) in the United States who is majoring in one of the sponsor's supported majors as found on their website. Minimum 3.0 GPA and United States citizenship/permanent residence required.
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AWARD AMOUNT

$10,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

March 21

RENEWAL CRITERIA

Renewable in some specific cases on the basis of outstanding achievements.

 
Oregon Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Scholarship
Applicant must be enrolling as a college senior or above at a four-year public or nonprofit college or university in Oregon pursuing a degree in accounting, business, criminal justice, finance, law, law enforcement, or risk management. Minimum 3.25 GPA required.
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AWARD AMOUNT

$10,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

March 1

 

 

 
William T. Maunsell Memorial Scholarship
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Westfield, Westfield Vocational Technical, or St. Mary's High School who will pursue a degree in criminal justice, education or nursing.
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AWARD AMOUNT

$8,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

March 30

 

 

 
AlliedBarton Security Services Scholarship
Applicant must be a first-time college student who resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and will enroll in the justice curriculum with a minimum of six credits per semester. Applicant must agree to a paid internship with AlliedBarton. Letter of recommendation, essay, and minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA required.
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AWARD AMOUNT

$7,600

APPLICATION DEADLINE

May 15

 

 

Article Sources
Methodology

To be included in these rankings, all schools must meet the following initial criteria for the specific subject being ranked.

  1. Offer an undergraduate degree (either associate or bachelor’s) in that subject.
  2. Have awarded at least one degree or certificate in that subject in the most recent year of IPEDS data available.

Based on those criteria, we ranked all 2-year and 4-year schools in IPEDS that reported data for all of the following points. Ratings are calculated on a 10-point scale, using the weights specified.

  1. In-state undergraduate tuition & fees, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  2. Graduation rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  3. Accessibility, based on admissions rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  4. Institutional spending, based on two equally weighted factors, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
    • Instructional and academic support expenses per full-time enrolled student
    • Instructional and academic support spending as a percentage of all expenses
  5. Student-to-faculty ratio, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  6. Flexibility, based on the following factors, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
    • Percent of students enrolled fully or partly in distance education
    • Whether the school offers programs that can be completed entirely in the evenings and on weekends
    • Whether the school offers academic and career counseling
    • Whether the school offers job placement services for students who complete their programs
    • Whether the school offers any alternative tuition plans, such as a payment plan or guaranteed rate
  7. Size of program, based on how many of the degrees and certificates awarded in 2014-15 were in this particular subject, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  8. Related subjects, based on the number of similar topics for programs in relevant CIP codes that are offered at any level, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
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University of New Haven
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
300 Boston Post Road
City
West Haven
State
CT
Zip Code
06516
Website
www.newhaven.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
480-580
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
480-580
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
470-570
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
21-26
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Suburb: Large
School Type
Private not-for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
5,002
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$50
Admission Rate
82%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$35,650
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
129941
Number of Online Programs Offered
9
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
21%
Lake Superior State University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
650 W Easterday Ave
City
Sault Ste Marie
State
MI
Zip Code
49783
Website
www.lssu.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
390-530
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
450-560
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
380-520
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
19-25
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Remote
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
2,249
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$35
Admission Rate
92%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$10,580
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
170639
Number of Online Programs Offered
1
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
23%
Missouri Southern State University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
3950 E. Newman Road
City
Joplin
State
MO
Zip Code
64801
Website
www.mssu.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
19-25
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Small
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
5,732
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$25
Admission Rate
94%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$5,877
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
178341
Number of Online Programs Offered
7
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
41%
Missouri Western State University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
4525 Downs Dr
City
Saint Joseph
State
MO
Zip Code
64507
Website
https://www.missouriwestern.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Small
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
5,296
UnderGraduate Application Fee
N/A
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,256
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
178387
Number of Online Programs Offered
3
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
31%
CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
524 W 59th St
City
New York
State
NY
Zip Code
10019
Website
www.jjay.cuny.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
430-520
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
460-540
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
12,969
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$65
Admission Rate
37%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,810
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
190600
Number of Online Programs Offered
0
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
19%
SUNY College of Technology at Canton
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
34 Cornell Drive
City
Canton
State
NY
Zip Code
13617
Website
www.canton.edu
Test Scores
Recommended
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Remote
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
3,140
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$50
Admission Rate
85%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$7,855
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
196015
Number of Online Programs Offered
10
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
57%
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
1 University Plaza
City
Platteville
State
WI
Zip Code
53818
Website
www.uwplatt.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
21-26
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Distant
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
7,978
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$44
Admission Rate
94%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$7,488
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
240462
Number of Online Programs Offered
8
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
16%
Grantham University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
16025 West 113th Street
City
Lenexa
State
KS
Zip Code
66219
Website
www.grantham.edu/
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Private for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
9,905
UnderGraduate Application Fee
N/A
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
No
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,500
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
442569
Number of Online Programs Offered
43
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
100%
Columbia College
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
1001 Rogers Street
City
Columbia
State
MO
Zip Code
65216
Website
www.ccis.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Midsize
School Type
Private not-for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
13,869
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$35
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,999
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
177065
Number of Online Programs Offered
37
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
67%
Eagle Gate College-Layton
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
915 N 400 W
City
Layton
State
UT
Zip Code
84041
Website
www.eaglegatecollege.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Suburb: Large
School Type
Private for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
205
UnderGraduate Application Fee
N/A
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
No
In-State Tution & Fees
$14,940
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
447421
Number of Online Programs Offered
11
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
60%
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