Author and LAPD Lieutenant (retired)
Welcome to Our Comprehensive Guide to Criminal Justice Degree Programs
Our directory of accredited criminal justice programs was compiled by hand using data collected from the U.S. Department of Education and school administrators. See our research methodology for more information which contains information for each criminal justice program we identified during our research.
Over the past decade, television shows such as “CSI,” “Bones,” and “Criminal Minds” have generated a significant amount of interest in criminal investigations. Yet, these programs don’t always reflect the reality of what forensic work...
A degree in Criminal Justice, either alone or in combination with other training or education, can qualify students to work in many fields. The most common fields in which criminal justice students work are law enforcement, investigation...
Criminology is essentially a branch of Social Science which applies scientific principles to the study to crime, criminal behavior, and punishment. In essence, it’s a branch of behavioral science in which crime is the behavior...