The Quincy College Criminal Justice Program is designed to prepare individuals for the various aspects of Criminal Justice in the region. The program options available to students offer several routes of preparation. In any Criminal Justice course, students may find themselves in classrooms with police officers, private security professionals, government agency staff, and prospective social scientists. Students are encouraged to carefully review each Criminal Justice track, and the options available within each, in order to more effectively identify the program best suited for their career and personal goals.
The Criminal Justice Program is designed to assist students who anticipate transferring to Criminal Justice programs at Baccalaureate Degree-granting institutions. The purpose of the Program is to make possible transfer into such institutions and enhance the likelihood of students’ success in those programs. The Criminal Justice Program allows the student greater flexibility in selecting courses that will match the program requirements of the school to which the student intends to transfer.
On-Campus or Online Degree
Students may complete the Quincy College Criminal Justice Program as an on-campus student or a fully online student.
On-campus students may take all of their courses on-campus. Students have the opportunity to take a combination of on-campus and online courses.
View the curriculum for this associate degree program in the latest college catalog here.
Quincy College offers the Criminal Justice Associate Degree program fully online. This program is offered in a pathway format and students may enroll as full-time or part-time.
Criminal Justice Courses
- CJS 101
Introduction to Criminal Justice
- CJS 103
- CJS 107
- CJS 109
- SOC 101
Start your education at Quincy College this fall. Our online and blended curriculum makes it easy for you to stay safe and earn your degree!