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Double Dipping? New Combined Leadership & Criminal Justice Degree Online in 18 Months.
By Mountain State University
It may not get any sweeter than this. Mountain State University (MSU) has implemented a degree name change for the Bachelors of Science in Administration of Criminal Justice to Bachelors of Science in Organizational Leadership with concentration in Criminal Justice Administration. This makes the first combination Leadership-Criminal Justice degree program at the University.
MSU chose to change the degree name to make current, graduate and prospective students more:
- Marketable in their search for new career opportunities
- Leadership oriented in the criminal justice field
- Capable to branch out within departments in the criminal justice system
It is also designed with corrections in mind. According to the University and its students, the Bachelors of Science in Organizational Leadership with concentration in Criminal Justice Administration online degree program is an affordable, accredited, and manageable distance learning program designed for the busy criminal justice professional.
MSU also offers current and prospective students the opportunity to:
- Graduate in 16-18 months - Saving Time and Money
- Transfer up to 80 credits from professional training and prior college credits
- Receive a free personal assessment of your professional training
- Build a strong network of peers by completing the program with the same student group from start to finish.
- Financial Aid is available
“Once I started the program, I realized that this is the perfect format for me. The scheduling is flexible, but still regimented enough to require the student to budget time effectively." Tony Peluso, ADCJ Student.
Progressive correctional organizations demand effective leaders – people who can motivate others to work together and produce positive results. Mountain State University’s leadership degrees provide you with the necessary skills for success.
Whether you want to advance within your current organization or embark upon a new challenge, a combined Leadership and Criminal Justice degree from an accredited institution such as Mountain State University offers a leg up in the criminal justice field.
“If you are looking for a comprehensive program for the aspiring or current criminal justice manager, this is the one.” Alan Brooks, ADCJ Graduate (Marion County Sheriffs, Florida).
How it Works
Using a proven system of learning that combines textbooks, DVD and CD multimedia presentations, and online computer resources, core program courses can be completed in as few as 18 months. Add the convenience of five enrollment start dates, unprecedented levels of support, and you’re on your way to increasing your earning potential. Currently enrolling for the FALL B Term
About Mountain State University
Founded in 1933, Mountain State University is a not-for-profit university serving students on 4 campuses and through distance learning. Mountain State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association. Mountain State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and educational institution. Mountain State University, Admission Processing Department, PO Box 9003 Beckley, WV 25802-9003.
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