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Cal State San Bernardino’s Department of Criminal Justice continues to catch the attention of ranking services, placing No. 15 on Great Value Colleges’ list of the 35 Most Affordable Bachelor’s in Criminology for 2020.
Earlier this year, Intelligent.com named the department’s online master of arts degree program to its Top 50 Criminal Justice Degree Programs for 2020, placing it a No. 18, and U.S. News & World Report listed it at No. 35 in the nation in the publication’s Best Online Master’s in Criminal Justice Programs.
CSUSB was selected not only for the program’s affordability but also for the institution’s overall outstanding reputation, its faculty’s excellence, and the unerring commitment to providing students a high-quality education and in doing so, giving them all the tools that they need to achieve their future career goals, Great Value Colleges said.
CSUSB was one of only three programs from California on the list, joining San Diego State (No. 7) and UC Irvine (No. 23). The University of Massachusetts-Lowell was No. 1, and other programs of note included The Ohio State University (No. 10), Michigan State (No. 8) and CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice (No. 13).
Great Value Colleges uses data collected from College Navigator regarding tuition, as well as program information gleaned from each institution’s websites.
Visit Great Value Colleges’ 35 Most Affordable Bachelor’s in Criminology for 2020 webpage for the entire ranking and information the methodology used.
About the CSUSB Department of Criminal Justice
The Cal State San Bernardino Department of Criminal Justice provides a broad range of courses to provide students with a comprehensive and solid background for entering into criminal justice. The department offers courses examining: 1) law enforcement, 2) corrections, 3) courts, and 4) various aspects of crime including gangs, drugs, white collar crime, and criminal profiling. The curriculum is designed to meet students’ needs irrespective of their career aspirations. Visit the CSUSB Department of Criminal Justice website to learn more.