Take the First Step Toward Your Criminal Justice Career Now!
Since our founding in 1890, Post University has experienced many changes. Our class environment has evolved from typewriters to laptops and expanded far beyond our traditional campus — to home offices, living room sofas and even airplane seats. Throughout the years, one thing has persisted: our purpose, to deliver an exceptional educational experience that provides an extraordinary level of personal support.
At Post University, we have always understood the importance of being there for our students every step of the way. Every enhancement and expansion to our systems has been driven by their needs — with the goal of creating a successful outcome for each and every student, no matter how they earn their degree.
Today, Post University students can take courses entirely online or through a hybrid on-campus and online format. They can also learn on our traditional New England campus and experience our dynamic culture and tight-knit community while enjoying our residential experience, commuting from home, or learning during evening and weekends.
You are determined to keep the public safe and vow to uphold the integrity of the law. Now make that commitment a career with a criminal justice degree from Post University. This could be your first step toward a rewarding and demanding position in federal, state, or local law enforcement or corrections; correctional counseling; case management; or other exciting criminal justice careers. With the foundational knowledge you will build in our criminal justice associate degree program, you can be prepared to enter or advance in the field or pursue your bachelor’s degree.
As a student in this program, offered as an online criminal justice associate degree and at our Connecticut campus, you can develop skills in report writing, fingerprinting, and crime scene documentation. You will also gain well–rounded knowledge in the areas of law enforcement, forensics, criminal investigation, courts, and corrections.
We keep our class sizes small to encourage active participation in discussions and to provide more one-on-one support from our professional faculty. Our faculty bring years of practical criminal justice expertise in the classroom and through off-site experiential learning opportunities.
If you would like to help others navigate the law and solve their legal problems, then enroll in the legal studies program at Post University. Our skills-based program provides a career-focused pathway to legal studies jobs in a range of law firms, corporate legal departments, the court system and government agencies. Upon completion of your studies, you will possess a comprehensive understanding of various specialized areas of the law, which you can apply to entry-level legal positions.
In our associate legal studies degree program, you will acquire specific legal knowledge in the context of ethical practice. You will develop practical skills in legal research, civil litigation, real estate closings, estate administration and probate practice. You will also be able to choose electives in areas you would like to explore including but not limited to, family law, business organizations, and bankruptcy practice. Through job-oriented coursework, you will:
Post University is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). Post University is licensed by the state of Connecticut through the Office of Higher Education.
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