Criminal Justice

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Associate of Arts

Bachelor of Arts

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Your Criminal Justice Program

Interested in pursuing—or advancing—your career in the criminal justice system? Keiser University’s Criminal Justice programs can help. Offering the Associate of Arts and the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice—we examine the theoretical and practical aspects of the American criminal justice system, from exploring legal principles to investigating crime.

Our Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice program includes topics in criminal behavior patterns, law enforcement organizations, juvenile systems, criminal investigations, and more.

Keiser’s Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice program includes but is not limited to the following topics: deviant behavior, protective services, law enforcement and investigations, victimology, criminal evidence and procedure, criminal justice management, and private security.

Do you want to earn both your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in criminal justice? Learn more about our BA in Criminal Justice Accelerated track to MA in Criminal Justice dual-degree program that allows you to earn both your undergraduate and graduate degrees in less time.

Additionally, our West Palm Beach Flagship Residential campus offers a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Forensics. This concentration provides additional courses covering forensic science applications and investigations, as well as crime scene procedures.

Learning that Fits Your Life

Take your Criminal Justice program 100% online, in person at a nearby campus, or as a hybrid class consisting of both the convenience of online learning with an added in-class personal touch.

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Career Pathways

Through our associate and bachelor’s degree programs in Criminal Justice, you can have the opportunity to work in careers that will allow you to serve the public, your state, and even your country upon graduation.

Already working in law enforcement? Certified Police Officers and Correctional Officers could receive credit for up to five courses! Plus, with Keiser University’s shift-friendly schedule, it’s easy to fit school into your life.

Want to take your criminal justice career to the next level? We can help. Contact Keiser University today to learn more about our 100% online A.A. or B.A. in Criminal Justice programs.

What Our Graduates Are Saying

Once I graduated, I found a job right out of college within my degree. I now proudly work for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

-Heather S., Keiser University Criminal Justice Graduate

When I came to Keiser University, I had no idea what I was capable of doing. I knew if I made good grades and worked hard, it would look good on my resume. It would also show my girls how important an education was. So, I worked hard. KU prepared me for Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy and the Florida State Correctional program…I have finally reached my goal of becoming a full-time deputy, with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office.

-Wayne W., Keiser University Criminal Justice graduate
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Complete Your Degree Online or In Person

Whether you want to learn online, in person, or a combination of both, Keiser University wants you to choose the format that is convenient and flexible for you.

This program is offered at the following locations:

Why Keiser University?



Keiser University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

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One Class at a Time

Instead of juggling multiple assignments and exams, you will take one class for four weeks before moving on.

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Financial Services

Financial Aid is available to those who qualify. You’re encouraged to make an appointment with the Financial Aid department to explore the funding needed for your educational investment.

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