• Be Goal-Oriented

    Posted October 10, 2013

    I chose Rosemont because my godmother attended and she loved it, as do I. The convenience of 5-week courses - both online and off - allows me to still live my ever so busy life. I am getting more in depth information about how the law works and the more courses I take the more I want to learn. My goal is to become a Probation Officer then earn my Masters in Criminal Justice.

B.S., Criminal Justice

Top 5 Reasons

to obtain a criminal justice degree

  • 1

    Concentration Options

    Law Enforcement/Homeland Security, Offender Rehabilitation, Child Advocacy, Organized Crime

  • 2

    Accelerated, Flexible Format

    Transfer 84 credits, Prior Learning Credit available, flexible 5-week format, classes can be taken at Rosemont or Philadelphia campus and online

  • 3

    Projected Career Growth

    18-21% growth for probation & parole, private investigator, paralegal

  • 4

    Outstanding Faculty

    All of the faculty members are current practitioners in the field who provide real world experience to supplement coursework

  • 5

    15 Ways to Save

    Tuition discounts for working professionals

Types of Careers

a criminal justice degree offers

  • 1

    Law Enforcement/Public Safety

  • 2

    Probation & Parole

  • 3

    Corrections Counselor/Administrator

  • 4

    Paralegal/Legal Assistant

  • 5

    Private Investigator

Past Internships

that relate to criminal justice

  • 1

    Federal Agency

  • 2

    State Agency

  • 3

    Juvenile Corrections

  • 4

    Victim Services

  • 5

    Adult Probation & Parole