Criminal Justice - AS
The Associate of Science degree with a major in Criminal Justice consists of 62 credits of coursework, which includes both criminal justice and liberal arts curricula. The program design requires the student to complete all 62 hours with Indiana Wesleyan University. Therefore, transfer of credits is not an option at the associate level.
This degree is designed specifically to prepare working adults to enter or to advance in the fields of criminal justice and homeland security.
The courses in the program relate theory to practice. Instructional methods include lectures, seminars and workshop activities. Students will form study groups to assist in the learning process. Most courses are three credit hours each. Each course is a required component of the program (core).
The curriculum will be completed in the order established by Indiana Wesleyan University. Indiana Wesleyan University reserves the right to modify the curriculum as necessary.
The same courses offered in the classroom setting are also offered via the Internet. Details are available at Online-Delivery.