The criminal justice bachelors degree options at WSU will help you develop analytical, communication and research skills required for working in criminal justice occupations.
You will learn from faculty who are recognized leaders in their field and criminal justice professionals with expertise in corrections, courts, gangs, and policing.
Wichita State has flexible options that will help you achieve your criminal justice career goals:
As an online student in the BS criminal justice program, you will gain a broad perspective into policies and practicies of the criminal justice system including law enforcement, corrections and the courts.
This degree will prepare you for a position in the criminal justice system or to pursue advanced degrees in law, criminal justice or other social sciences.
BSCJ Online Program Details
|BSCJ Online Program Requirements||
You may transfer credits from other regionally accredited institutions and work with your online academic advisor to devleop a plan of study that will help you finish your degree online.
|Program Entry||The BSCJ online program follows the semester schedule of Wichita State University. You can start Fall, Spring or Summer Semester.|
Your college will be the Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
|Priority Application Deadlines||
Fall Semester: July 1
Online Undergraduate Tuition - $320.41 per credit hour* additional college fees may apply.
*Based on AY17-18 tuition rates, subject to change. See WSU's full tuition schedule.
|Credit for Prior Learning||
BSCJ online program students may qualify to receive academic credit for completing Law Enforcement Academy Training or Detention Deputy Training, request more information from your CJ Online Academic Advisor.
Contact your CJ Online Academic Advisor by emailing CJonline@wichita.edu or by telephone (888) 805-4013 (toll free)
There are two pathways to complete your bachelors degree with an emphasis in Criminal Justice, conferred online from the Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The online degree completion tracks allow you to build upon prior college credit so you can advance quicker toward graduation.
Please note: If you plan on entering the Criminal Justice Master Program, courses taken during your undergraduate career cannot be applied or retaken for graduate credit.
It is important that you work with your advisor when choosing your classes. For more information, please contact the CJ Online Academic Advisor at CJonline@wichita.edu or ((888) 805-4013 (toll free).
CJonline@wichita.edu | 888-805-4013