The BS in Criminal Justice program at Southeastern University aims to provide students with a keen understanding of the history of our law enforcement agencies, the court system and the criminal justice system. Our mission is to prepare students to succeed in careers or in advanced study by teaching practical skills, advanced research and critical thinking. Graduates of this degree program seek employment as police officers, deputy sheriffs, state troopers, corrections officers, customs inspectors, crime scene technicians, bailiffs, probation officers, and corrections counselors — and in many other careers.
Students who complete the criminal justice program will:
Total Credits: 124 hours
Program Length: Classes offered in 8-week sessions
Program Delivery: Online cohort
Tuition: $390 per credit hour
Major Core (36 hours)
General Electives (34 hours)
Any college-level courses.
Students who complete the criminal justice program will be prepared for careers such as: