Marian University offers degrees in criminal justice, including a Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Bachelor of Homeland Security.
Marian University knows criminal justice and law enforcement because our faculty, students, and graduates have helped shape the criminal justice landscape. As a Marian student pursuing your criminal justice degree you’ll find the convenience of a program designed with your needs in mind, including the relevancy and quality that comes from a faculty compromised of criminal justice experts.
Marian’s criminal justice programs build on your knowledge and experience. Many of the students in their criminal justice programs have some criminal justice or law enforcement experience; some have earned an associate degree or have more than 60 credits to transfer. Marian does allow transfer students to apply their credits or associate degree towards a bachelor’s degree. In addition, Marian awards credit for prior certified training in the criminal justice field. Students who have received law enforcement training can receive up to 39 credits. In addition, student who received jailer or corrections training can receive up to 9 credits.
Marian offers flexible program options that meet your needs. Courses are held in an evening/accelerated format; classes take place from 6pm to 10pm Monday-Thursdays, taken one course at a time, one night per week. In addition classes are held at convenient locations in Appleton, Fond du Lac, Wausau, and West Allis/Milwaukee.
Marian’s criminal justice programs are for students in the criminal justice field who seek to advance their careers by earning a bachelor’s or master’s degree.