Criminal Justice Degrees at AIU

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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He's a first-generation American citizen and the first in his family to earn a college degree - and he finished it while serving a tour of duty in Iraq. Meet Ramon Romero and see what he has to say about AIU.

"I have the edge because I feel like I have the backing of AIU. I have that reputation, that rapport, that AIU helped build. I can go into any interview for any position I want and I have that confidence."

Ramon Romero, Operations Manager, Novelis; Master of Information Technology, 2012; MBA, 2011; BS in Criminal Justice, 2005
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Get Credit for Your Law Enforcement Training

At AIU, your prior law enforcement training can earn you 36 college credits toward a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, saving you up to 20% on tuition. You can also save time by taking fewer courses that cover the basics and focus on more advanced classes.

How do you go about getting credit? During the admissions process, you can submit unofficial transcripts for a free evaluation by the Prior Learning Assessment team. Don’t delay, keep your career moving forward and enroll in our criminal justice program today.

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Meet Criminal Justice Faculty Members

Daniel Rinehart, AIU Houston Criminal Justice Faculty
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Dr. David Lounsbury, AIU Criminal Justice Faculty
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How to Choose a Criminal Justice Specialization 3 Questions to Consider

One of the first steps in how to choose a criminal justice specialization is to think about in what stage of the system you want to work, and what motivates your interest in criminal justice in the first place. Read more

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