• Criminal Justice Degrees at AIU

    Society needs stand-up individuals to help defend the law. So whether you’re interested in corrections, crisis management or forensics, a criminal justice degree can help you serve the public, and your goals.

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Criminal Justice Programs at AIU

There are many ways to serve the public with a criminal justice degree. No matter which you choose, our specialized degrees allow you to take more courses in your field of interest, on average, than at other similar schools.

Associate of Criminal Justice (ASCJ)

AIU is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. To contact the Higher Learning Commission, please visit www.hlcommission.org.

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Why study Criminal Justice at AIU?

Study under those who learned in the field.

When your faculty of industry experts includes an Army special agent, a crime scene investigator and a former spy, their real-world experiences become your educational gain.

Public safety helps people 24/7. We do the same.

When you study online at AIU, we’re always there. So whenever you have any technical questions, you can get the support you need, anytime day or night .

What AIU’s Criminal Justice Graduates Say

Be Better Prepared for Your Career

AIU’s career-focused degree programs have been designed with the real world in mind.

Job markets change over time, so our Employer Advisory Panel helps develop specialized degree programs that keep up with the latest employer demands.

At AIU, you’ll build a solid foundation to help you gain a competitve edge in the field.

Learn more about criminal justice career paths

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Meet Criminal Justice Faculty Members

Daniel Rinehart, AIU Criminal Justice Faculty
Dr. David Lounsbury, AIU Criminal Justice Faculty

Don't forget:
Classes start January 4th!