The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, in partnership with the College of Extended and Global Education, are proud to offer a fully-online Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice degree completion program.
CSUSB's Criminal Justice Online Program Ranked #1 in California!
We're proud to announce that CSUSB's Criminal Justice Online program has been ranked #1 in California by Best Value Schools, which recognized CSUSB as "one of the finest criminal justice colleges in California offering online degrees"! For the complete highlight and feature, visit CSUSB Inside.
The Homeland Security Certificate Option
Effective Spring Semester 2021, the Criminal Justice Online program will allow students to enroll in a Homeland Security Certificate as part of their course of study. Throughout their program, students will have the option to enroll in six courses focused on Homeland Security which will count towards their elective course requirements along with culminating in a Certificate in Homeland Security issued by the College of Extended & Global Education. For more information, please visit our Course Descriptions page.
- If you’re currently working full time, you don't have to be left out of this growing and high-demand career field. The flexibility of an online program can help you finish your degree.
- If you’re an upper-division transfer student that has been fully certified by a California community college, and have met all lower-division course requirements, you may be eligible for this program.
- If you’re having trouble getting into an existing criminal justice program, this program is ideal for you. Once admitted into the program, you are guaranteed a seat in the class.
- This program offers a broad range of courses to provide you with a comprehensive and solid background for entering or advancing in the criminal justice field. Courses focus on law enforcement, corrections, courts and various aspects of crime, including terrorism, drugs, white collar crime and victimization.