Our online courses focus on providing you with the knowledge you need to be more proficient in your job and advance your career.
Online students have access to career counseling services and the fitness center at our Rockland County campus.
Students who receive company or union reimbursements may defer payment until the completion of the term.
Professors are chosen not just for their qualifications but also for their experience and their teaching skills.
Dominican College’s 100% online Criminal Justice degree program was developed utilizing the same philosophy, principles and goals that have governed the existing on campus program: to provide students with the tools they need to understand the complexity of the criminal justice system while promoting personal growth and skills for future success.
- Receive a strong background in core criminal justice courses, such as introduction to criminal justice, criminology, juvenile justice and professional ethics in criminal justice.
- Take courses specifically focused in law, including courses on criminal, constitutional and civil law, with special consideration given to domestic violence, mental health and corrections.
The major requires a variety of courses pertaining to the essential elements of criminal justice as well as a thorough comprehension of relevant theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches used to explore criminal behavior and its permutations. It offers a multidisciplinary approach to understanding criminal behavior, the nature of law and social control, the organization and management of criminal justice agencies, and the use of research and evaluation for planned change in criminal justice.
Upon completion of the degree, you will be well prepared to to earn an advanced degree in criminology, criminal justice or law, or to pursue a career in a variety of fields including law enforcement, corrections, homeland security, court administration, protective services, and many more.
Transfer students may be accepted with:
- A maximum of 70 credits from an accredited two-year institution.
- A maximum of 90 credits from an accredited four-year institution .
A minimum of 30 credits must be completed at Dominican College for a degree. A minimum of 60 semester hours in liberal arts is required for a Bachelor of Science degree from Dominican College.
The online Criminal Justice degree program with a specialization in legal studies is designed to help students enter the workforce or continue to earn an advanced degree in criminology, criminal justice or law.
Graduates of the online Criminal Justice degree program work in the following areas.
- Border patrol agent
- Corrections officer
- Customs agent
- Police detective
- Police officer
- Security officer
- Special agent
The Dominican College Online Advantage
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Under the Yellow Ribbon Program, Dominican College offers up to $2,720 per student per year for undergraduate programs.