Justice Studies (BS)

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The B.S. in justice studies degree is a professional program for busy working adults, offering affordability as well as the flexibility of convenient schedules and online components, combined with an accelerated option that can lead to a degree in as little as 18 months. In fact, you’ll be able to earn an Associate of Science (AS) in justice studies while studying for Bachelor's (BS) in justice studies.  This provides a chance to quickly update your resume and expand your employment options, especially for those in need of a degree as they continue their studies.

Unlike other criminal justice programs that are limited in scope and depth, Southern New Hampshire University’s BS in justice studies degree program provides both a solid foundation in core competencies and in-depth, targeted areas of study in specialty fields. You’ll benefit from basic concepts and survey courses, and concentrations and certificates within the program allow you to more deeply explore specific interests. This macro-micro approach to your studies translates into expanded employment opportunities.

The American justice system is no longer abstract theory, but daily reality. The specter of international and domestic terrorism, the high-tech sophistication of cyber-crime, our fascination with modern criminal investigation – all point to justice studies as a vital, growing field offering multiple career paths.

Guiding you through the program is a first-rate faculty that includes working professionals in the field of justice studies. Their experience directly relates to the course material, adding depth and breadth to your studies. These instructors are skilled navigators of the ever-changing justice studies landscape, helping you explore the latest in justice studies concepts, theory and application.

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