The Criminal Justice degree program at ULM is the oldest of its kind in the state, being started in 1970. This degree program provides students with in-depth knowledge of the three key areas of the criminal justice system; the police, the courts, and corrections. The program requires the completion of 120 credit hours. Curriculum for this program can be found here.
What can I do with this degree?
Continued interest for public safety will lead to new openings for law enforcement; however, jobs may be competitive depending on location, so having a bachelor’s degree will make you all the more valuable in the field of criminal justice. Some of the jobs that individuals with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice will qualify for are:
Forensic Science Technician
Fish and Game Warden
Crime Scene Investigator
Computer Forensics Specialist
US Postal Inspector
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
What’s in it for me?
• A personal coach to guide you through the enrollment process and along the path to graduation.
• 100% fully online classes, accelerated courses, or accommodating class times.
• Five entry points to enroll in classes each year.
• Credit for college credits previously earned from accredited institutions.
• Scholarships, financial aid and grants for eligible students.
• Access to faculty who can provide direction even after graduation.
• A ULM Online Student Advocate to help navigate the University from a distance.
• A dedicated Academic Advisor who is here to help navigate your Academic Journey.
Degree Length: 4 Years
University: University of Louisiana at Monroe
Classroom Format: Online