Submitting an application is the first step toward achieving
your personal and professional goal of earning a bachelor's degree.
Students with police academy credit, prior college credit, military
credit, professional licenses or certificates, or several years of work
experience may be able to translate this experience directly into
Application materials may be obtained from the
Office of Admissions or online. Formal admission to the program is
granted only after all admissions materials have been received and
reviewed, and all standards have been met.
To apply to the B.S. in Criminal Justice program, the following must be completed:
- Request that all previous undergraduate institutions (if any) send official transcripts to Rosemont.
Resume must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document to email@example.com
2013-2014 per credit hour tuition
tuition charges for programs in the School of Professional Studies are assessed
by the number of credit hours in which you enroll for a given semester – there
are no separate fees. When creating your personal budget for your college
expenses you will need to estimate costs for books, transportation, and other
miscellaneous items. Student loan information is available through the Office
of Financial Aid; questions regarding payments and payment plans should be
directed to the Office of Student Accounts.