Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration with a concentration Institutional HealthcareUniversity of Phoenix

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Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration with a concentration Institutional Healthcare

The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration degree program is to provide students with a strong foundation in criminal justice principles, concepts and theories, as well as a practice orientation to justice administration. The degree offers a global perspective as well as specific concentration areas of criminal justice services delivery. Students will receive core instruction in criminal justice as it is represented in the domains of police, courts and corrections and then advance to concentrations related to specific areas of criminal justice within those domains.
The Institutional Health Care concentration addresses the basic body of knowledge, understanding and skills identified as relevant to criminal justice based health care services. This includes such areas as management, policy, legal and ethical parameters, health and disease factors, and health care service delivery. The reshaping of contemporary criminal justice health care requires workers to have a broad range of knowledge associated with the functions of health care in detention and correctional institutions, as well as various other areas
represented in the greater criminal justice system.

RequirementsMust have high school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent.
Delivery FormatOnline
Education LevelBachelor
LanguageEnglish
Cost Per CreditUndergraduate Business $494; Undergraduate Education $300; Undergraduate Nursing $430; Graduate Business $612; Graduate Nursing $485; Graduate Education $485; Doctoral $692. On-campus cost per credit varies per campus.