Bachelor of Arts

Criminal Justice

(Evening Undergraduate)

Whether you’re new to the field of criminal justice or are already a seasoned veteran, our criminal justice degree program will provide you with the education and theoretical knowledge you’ll need to take your career to a new level.

Starting with the basics, our Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice program will ensure that you understand the fundamentals in crime, ethics and justice. You’ll gain a broad yet specialized understanding of the field by exploring related topics in psychology and political studies. And once you’ve mastered those principles, our program continues to provide you with a deep knowledge of the U.S. criminal justice system and its role within the global picture.

You’ll have plenty of hands-on opportunities, too. Assignments are field-based, so you can combine theoretical knowledge with practical experience. And you’ll spend class time discussing, debating and networking with system professionals. You’ll follow current criminal cases and investigations, and you’ll analyze the criminal justice system in order to develop your own opinions of the field.

After all of the personalized attention and great networking opportunities you’ll have at Lynn, you’ll graduate with all of the tools you need to become a specialist in your field.

Request information about the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. Or, if you’re ready, apply now.

This degree is only available online.

Career Opportunities

Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:

  • Victim advocate
  • Police officer
  • Crisis counselor
  • Field correction officer
  • Social welfare representative

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Curriculum

The curriculum at Lynn gets a lot of attention for being innovative and future-focused. Instead of taking pre-requisite classes for your entire first year, you can start studying the subjects that interest you right away.

And as a criminal justice major, you’ll research topics like Crime and Delinquency, Issues in Corrections and Comparative Police Systems. See the full program details:

Last modified: Aug. 13, 2014