NU111

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration

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Course ID
NU111
Online
Yes
On Campus
Yes
Duration
3.5 Years
Semester
Course Level
100, 200, 300, 400, 500

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.

“Must have successfully completed year 12 or equivalent with a minimum 2.0 GPA
ACT/SAT Recommended
Proof of English Proficiency achieving a TOEFL score of 70(IBT) or achieving an IELTS score of altleast 5.5″

  • Cost Per Quarter Unit : $370
  • 4.5 Quarter Unit Course : $1665
150K ALUMNI WORLDWIDE 4 WEEK CLASSES #1 IN SAN DIEGO
Become a part of NU’s global alumni community. The BS in in Criminal Justice Administration program includes four-week classes. National University is San Diego’s largest private nonprofit university.
Program Overview

Prepare for challenging and dynamic careers in the justice system at the local, state, and federal levels with the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration. The program is designed to meet the educational and professional needs of individuals in law enforcement who are interested in professional development or career advancement, but also prepares individuals for entry- and advanced-level positions, teaching, or training assignments, private security employment, research, or employment as consultants within the field.

Study forensic science, research methods, juvenile justice, corrections, criminology, leadership and management, civil and criminal investigations, court systems, criminal law, and complete a senior project supervised by full-time, associate, and select core adjunct faculty. Select elective courses from psychology, sociology, addictive disorders, behavioral science, legal studies, information technology, and human resource management to provide a broader perspective in human behavior.

Program Learning Outcomes
  • Apply biological, psychological, sociological, and economic explanations for criminal behavior from a variety of disciplines.
  • Identify the causes and patterns of juvenile delinquency.
  • Distinguish the leadership and management styles commonly employed in the criminal justice system.
  • Demonstrate the criminal investigation process to include preliminary investigation, evidence collection and preservation, submission, and testimony in a courtroom.
  • Explain the role of criminal sanctions in relationship to victims and offenders.
  • Examine the importance of ethics when applied to all three branches of the criminal justice system.