Dominican College debuts online criminal justice program

From Orangeburg, here’s some news from Dominican College on the debut of its new online Criminal Justice program.

According to the college, the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a specialization in Legal Studies is specifically designed to provide students with an understanding of legal considerations within the three areas of the criminal justice system: police, courts and corrections.

The online criminal justice program was developed utilizing the same philosophy, principles and goals that have governed the college’s existing traditional program since its inception in 2008: Provide students with the tools they need to understand the complexity of the criminal justice system while promoting personal growth and concrete skills.

The program requires 48 credits in the criminal justice core and additional general education credits, all of which are completed with eight-week sessions. A final capstone course is completed in the final semester in which the student demonstrates their knowledge and competence in the discipline of criminal justice by preparing, presenting and submitting a research project on a self-selected, instructor-approved topic central to the field.

For more information, contact Valerie Nivar at 845-848-4120 or Valerie.online@dc.edu, or go to www.dc.edu.

Dominican College Announces Online Criminal Justice Program

(Orangeburg, NY ) – Dominican College is pleased to announce the launch of the online Criminal Justice Program. The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a specialization in Legal Studies is specifically designed to provide students with an understanding of legal considerations within the three areas of the criminal justice system: police, courts, and corrections.

The criminal justice major offers 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 various permutations. The online criminal justice program was developed utilizing the same philosophy, principles, and goals that have governed the existing traditional program since its inception in 2008: provide students with the tools they need to understand the complexity of the criminal justice system while promoting personal growth and concrete skills. The program offers students an engaging online experience with all of the support and personal attention that Dominican College is known for.

The program requires 48 credits in the criminal justice core and additional general education credits, all of which are completed with eight-week sessions. A final capstone course is completed in the final semester in which the student demonstrates their knowledge and competence in the discipline of criminal justice by preparing, presenting and submitting a research project on a self-selected, instructor-approved topic central to the field.

For more information please contact Valerie Nivar, at Dominican College Online via phone at: 845.848.4120 or email: Valerie.online@dc.edu.

Speak Your Mind