School Level Program Admissions

University of Texas Permian Basin

Bachelor Online BS in Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies Website

Utica University

Bachelor Online BS in Criminal Justice Website

Campbellsville University

Associate AS in Criminal Justice Administration Website

Norwich University

Master Online Master's in Criminal Justice Website

Concordia University - Saint Paul

Bachelor BA in Criminal Justice Website

Michigan State University

Master Online Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Website

University of Texas Permian Basin

Master Online MS in Criminal Justice Administration Website

View more online criminal justice programs currently accepting applications.

School Level Program Admissions

Campbellsville University

Bachelor BS in Criminal Justice Administration Website

Campbellsville University

Master MS in Justice Studies: Criminology Track Website

Campbellsville University

Master MS in Justice Studies: Public Services Leadership and Social Justice Track Website

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Master Master of Science in Cyber and Homeland Security Website

King University

Bachelor BS in Criminal Justice Website

Notre Dame College

Bachelor Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice  Website

Thomas Jefferson University

Bachelor B.S. Law Enforcement Leadership Website Launches Comprehensive Resource for Criminal Justice Career Information

Cambridge, Mass. March 13th 2013 — is a new comprehensive resource for anyone seeking an education or employment in criminal justice. is one of the best sources of criminal justice career information on the web, with content written by field experts and a wide range of helpful resources—including expert interviews, book reviews, and career profile articles.

Many criminal justice students are first introduced to the field by one of the many crime-themed television shows. Peter Moskos, associate professor of Law and Police Science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, says, “The problem with any cop show—be it Law and Order, CSI, or The Shield—is that they have as much in common with policing as Superman does with newspaper reporting.” was designed and built to give readers an honest, insightful perspective into the reality of working in criminal justice. busts myths about criminal justice careers and replaces them with facts.

This website collaboration helps current students and recent grads navigate the tangled web of career options available in criminal justice. To this end, LAPD Lieutenant (ret.), author, and college lecturer Raymond E. Foster contributes an informative article titled The Best Preparation for Becoming a Police Officer. Prospective students interested in studying criminal justice will also benefit from this site, in particular from Professor Robert Costello’s article Selecting the Right Criminal Justice School.

In addition to sage career advice, publishes a database of over 5,000 criminal justice programs compiled by hand. Researchers surveyed 1,800 U.S. colleges and universities offering criminal justice programs using information from the U.S. Department of Education, online information, and direct contact with school administrators. Most notably,’s resources—including the program database—are completely free.

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