Online Criminal Justice Degree | Investigative Forensics | Bachelor of Science - Excelsior College
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Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (Investigative Forensics)
Bachelor's in Criminal Justice (Investigative Forensics)
In the competition for top-level law enforcement, investigation, and correctional positions, a bachelor's degree can give you a big advantage.
Get a competitive edge quickly and conveniently with Excelsior College's online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (Investigative Forensics concentration).
Whether you're just starting out in your career or are a working professional who's striving for promotion to upper-level jobs, Excelsior's online criminal justice degree offers more flexibility and convenience than a traditional criminal justice degree program.
In addition to our core online criminal justice courses, you'll concentrate on key investigative forensic topics in our upper level forensic pathology, forensic psychology, and computer forensic courses, to name just a few. Interested? Check out all the the course requirements below.
Excelsior's program is specifically designed for working adults, providing a practical path to degree completion. At Excelsior, you will:
- Take online criminal justice courses on your own schedule, without interfering with work and family commitments.
- Earn your degree more quickly, thanks to liberal credit-transfer policies that enable you to graduate in the shortest possible time.
- Be eligible for academic credit for certain types of military experience, academy training, and professional accomplishments.
- Pay affordable tuition and low student fees, with flexible payment plans to keep your expenses in check.
A Career-Building Degree for Investigative Forensics Professionals
A national leader in distance learning and adult education since 1971, Excelsior upholds the same academic standards as criminal justice degree programs at traditional colleges. Our online criminal justice courses are led by first-rate professors who are affiliated with leading criminal justice degree programs across