Make a difference in your community with a Criminal Justice degree!
You want to change your community, your city, this world - we need people like you that care about justice and law that can also serve as a leader full of faith and compassion. Southern Wesleyan seeks to train difference-makers to make an impact for Christ in our local communities using faith-filled curriculum, cutting edge technology, and research-based techniques.
100% ONLINE, FAITH-FILLED APPROACH TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
As a Criminal Justice student, you will develop competency in law enforcement, courts, and corrections by studying criminology, criminal law, criminal investigations, forensic science, police and community relations, corrections, fitness in criminal justice, and criminal justice management. You will be able to discuss ethical implications at the local, state, federal, and even at the international level in criminal justice. Our expert faculty will apply their knowledge and skills from their life experience so that you will be prepared for a variety of career paths.
In the Criminal Justice degree program, you'll have a variety of opportunities to learn about future careers. You will experience high-quality academic courses supplemented with practical examples from retired and current criminal justice professionals.
Southern Wesleyan University Criminal Justice students join a confident group of Criminal Justice alumni that are well equipped to enter graduate schools and career opportunities on the local, state, and federal levels.
IS THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEGREE PROGRAM RIGHT FOR YOU?
You might consider a Criminal Justice degree if you have a desire to enter a career in law enforcement, criminal or civil law, corrections, or human services; or plan to advance to law school or other related graduate schools. If you have a passion for serving your community by ensuring public safety or by helping the multitudes that need a second chance, there are many career paths within criminal justice that would allow you to exercise your talents. If you are interested in a career of public service ranging from juvenile delinquency, to law enforcement (local, state, or federal), criminal law prosecution/defense, through corrections (jail, correctional, or probation officer; home incarceration or residential custody management), this program is ideal.