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Criminal Justice: Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Williams Baptist University in Walnut Ridge, Ark., offers the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Criminal Justice.

The B.S. in Criminal Justice at Williams offers an in-depth scientific study of crime and criminal behavior, and the response of government institutions to the myriad issues created by such actions. Students who wish to pursue a career in law enforcement have two strong options with the WBU Criminal Justice program: an online degree completion program for those currently in the law enforcement field, and an on-campus program for a more traditional approach.

Those who wish to pursue the on-campus program should fill out this online application.

Online Degree Completion
The Division of Graduate and Online Programs offers a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice for qualified students.  The online B.S. in Criminal Justice is designed as a degree completion for students already possessing an associate’s degree, or possessing qualifying transfer semester credit hours matching the general education requirements of the degree plan.

Schedule Your Own Study & Assignment Time

This program was developed with the objective of meeting the need for quality instruction being given to those professionals already in their career fields, or those who have a strong interest in a career in criminal justice.  Keeping this objective in mind, this program is being offered exclusively online in an effort to clear roadblocks in the paths of those professionals already working in their chosen career field.  Offering the program online gives the student flexibility to complete coursework, regardless of his or her own personal work schedule.

NOTE: Because of the course content, accelerated delivery of course material, and experiential learning requirements of this degree plan, the online B.S. in Criminal Justice is limited to those students already employed in the field of criminal justice.  Those who are not currently employed in the field, but wish to apply, must meet other requirements before being considered for acceptance to the program.