Hodges University Associate of Science in Criminal Justice is designed to prepare you for a promotion if you already work in the criminal justice field or for an entry level position if you are new to the career. Coursework will include management, behavioral sciences, forensics, terrorism and intelligence. The curriculum is structured to provide a logical sequence of courses for you to progress from the associate level to the bachelor's level.
What sets Hodges program apart from the other criminal justice programs? The professors at Hodges have ‘been there and done that', so along with the proper academic credential, your professor will have 'real world' experience. All professors have worked for years in the Criminal Justice and/or Law Enforcement fields and have the ability to combine theory with the real world. This combination provides the most comprehensive learning experience available. 60 credit hours are required to complete this degree.