Defend. Protect. Serve.
From crime scenes to courtrooms, secure justice for all through criminal justice, online at NGU.
Your Future, Your Purpose – ‘Liberty and Justice for All’
Prepare to enter one of many professions rooted in criminal justice. Crime scene investigator. Law enforcement officer. Attorney. Cybercrime analyst. Probation officer. Social worker. Even special agent with the FBI, DEA, or Secret Service.
On scene or in the lab. Wearing a badge or advocating in court. Preventing crime or bringing criminals to justice. Whatever your calling, pursue it with passion at NGU.
What Can I Do with an Online Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice?
An online bachelor’s degree in criminal justice offers a pathway to contribute to the safety, security, and well-being of society. By studying the intricate workings of law enforcement, crime prevention, and criminal behavior, you can play a pivotal role in maintaining peace and order.
Whether as a police officer, detective, probation officer, or in other related roles, you have the opportunity to protect communities, investigate crimes, and ensure justice is served. Embrace the responsibility to uphold the law, promote fairness, and make a tangible difference in the lives of individuals affected by crime. Through your dedication and commitment, you can contribute to a safer and more just society for all.
Crime Scene Investigator
Justice Beside Experienced & Faithful Professionals
Jesus in Matthew’s Gospel
Composition and Rhetoric
Composition and Literature
Contemporary Mathematics or higher math course
Natural science course
Psychology or sociology course
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Theories in Criminology
Ethics in Criminal Justice
Law Enforcement Operations
Principles of Investigations
Terrorism and Homeland Security
Forensic Analysis and Criminal Profiling
Special Topics: Cybercrime
Research Design and Analysis in Criminal Justice
Seminar: Report Writing for Criminal Justice and Legal Professionals
Seminar: Conflict Resolution and Mediation Skills
Seminar: Supervision and Management Principles in Criminal Justice
Seminar: Criminal Justice and Legal Careers and Networking Strategies
Criminal Justice Internship I
Criminal Justice Internship II
Introduction to Political Science
American National Government
State and Local Government
Elective or minor* courses
Stories that Started Here
Brandy Hart Amidon ʼ02
“Since graduating, I’ve used my financial expertise to provide budgetary guidance for Travelers Rest while serving as Mayor.”