University of Cincinnati

A degree in criminal justice can be key to finding a leadership position in the field, while being involved in the community and ensuring that justice and fairness are served. The School of Criminal Justice teaches criminological and criminal justice theories that inform the practices of crime analysis, crime prevention, offender rehabilitation, and how the criminal juvenile systems can work more effectively and efficiently.  You can choose a general track or select from three concentrations: Crime Analysis and prevention, Analysis of Criminal Behavior, or Correctional Rehabilitation. The University of Cincinnati's School of Criminal Justice is also home to the Institute of Crime Science (ICS) and the Corrections Institute.

The UC difference:

• The School of Criminal Justice is consistently ranked among the top 15 Criminal Justice Schools by U.S. News & World Report
• 100% Online, no campus visits required
• No GRE for qualified applicants
• Full or part time enrollment options in spring, summer, and fall
• Curriculum that pairs cutting-edge theory with real-world application
• Nationally-Renowned faculty
• Our online Master in Criminal Justice program is ranked 8th best in the country by U.S. News & World Report
• Certificate programs available: Crime Analysis and prevention, Analysis of Criminal Behavior, or Correctional Rehabilitation

Learn more about our programs here: http://bit.ly/CriminalJusticeOnline

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