North Greenville University’s (NGU) Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice is designed to develop your skills in report writing, information gathering, practical applications, and technology within the criminal justice field. This program is among the few criminal justice programs that provide an analysis of ethical principles and decision-making in conjunction with Christ-centered insight. The faculty of the Behavioral Science Department are comprised of individuals who have worked extensively in the field. For class scheduling flexibility, NGU offers both full time and part-time program options.
Upon completion, NGU students demonstrate professional ethical standards consistent with Christian values. Along with character building, you will be prepared to apply research methodology towards criminal justice data synthesis, including research design, literature review, critical thinking, and empirical analysis.Find Out More >
Online | Blended Programs
100% online, flexible class format to accommodate your busy schedule. And, for select courses, you will have the opportunity to complete your class online or supplement the online component with a blended learning environment for weekly on campus or virtual (real-time) class sessions.
Each class is designed to deepen your understanding and appreciation of the major criminal justice, legal, and law enforcement disciplines.
To learn more about the Criminal Justice degree, connect with NGU through the “Request Info” form provided below.
|Course Title||Credits||Class Formats|
|Theories of Criminology||3||Online, Blended|
|Principles of Investigations||3||Online, Blended|
|Legal Issues||3||Online, Blended|
|Law Enforcement Operations||3||Online, Blended|
|Ethics in Criminal Justice||3||Online, Blended|