Have you always dreamed of being a special agent? Do you love watching crime dramas on TV and wish that you could be a part of the action? Make your dreams a reality when you enroll in the University of Mount Olive’s Jacksonville Criminal Justice and Criminology program.
When you pursue a Criminal Justice and Criminology degree in Jacksonville, NC, our faculty members will teach you how to better understand social justice, crime, policy, criminal behaviors and more. Through student-centered teaching that emphasizes team building, respect and critical inquiry, you will leave our university feeling well-equipped to enter the world of criminal justice.
Classes are available seated one-night-a-week as well as online.
Helping You Graduate With a Better Understanding of the Criminal Justice System
As a student of our Jacksonville Criminal Justice and Criminology program, you will take a variety of classes that will focus on research of case studies, application of new skills, and the ins and outs of the criminal justice system:
- Law Enforcement
- Administration of Justice
- Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure
- Research Methods and Quantitative Reasoning
- Criminological Theories
Career Opportunities You Will Have as a Criminal Justice Student
What careers can you pursue with a bachelor’s degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice? The opportunities are endless and include jobs as a police officer, deputy sheriff, state trooper, FBI special agent, DEA agent, federal air marshal, border patrol agent, CIA agent, probation officer, and more.
Have questions about enrolling in our Jacksonville Criminal Justice and Criminology Program? Please don’t hesitate to contact the University of Mount Olive today at (910) 455-1677. We would be happy to give you all the information you need to make an informed decision about your future.
Along with Jacksonville, we invite adults living in Mount Olive, New Bern, Mount Olive, Research Triangle Park, Washington and Wilmington, NC to apply to the University of Mount Olive’s Criminal Justice and Criminology program.