Criminal Justice – Adult Online
Criminal Justice is both an idea and a process, which seeks to define and apply our belief of what is morally and socially acceptable. In this program, students gain knowledge in numerous areas that make up the American criminal justice system. This program is designed for working adults and features instruction in the following areas:
- Deviant behavior
- The judicial system
- The dynamics of law enforcement
Advance your knowledge or begin a new career in Criminal Justice
If you are already involved in a law enforcement career, you can apply your academy training toward a number of program requirements.
Program Mission and Outcomes
The mission in the Non-Traditional Education programs is to engage the Warner online community with a Christ-centered worldview and to prepare students/graduates for effective leadership and service, which supports the institutional mission to graduate individuals who exemplify academic excellence and Christian character who are prepared to lead and committed to service.
Students majoring in Criminal Justice will meet the following outcomes, which coordinate with Warner University’s mission to provide academic excellence and a Christian learning environment.
- Students will demonstrate academic competence in at least one functional area.
- Graduates of the Criminal Justice program will be able to compete favorably with peers for employment and/or continued education.
- Students will evaluate ethical and social settings from a Christian perspective.
- All online courses
- Professors with real-world experience
- Outstanding faculty, diversity, and small student-to-professor ratio
- Financial assistance and scholarships
- Must meet the general admissions requirements for all first time, transfer, returning or life-experienced applicants
- Applicants not meeting admissions requirements may appeal to the Admitting and Registration Committee
- Complete an Online Application and pay the appropriate application fee.
- Submit official transcripts from each college or university you have attended, if applicable, or supply a high school or GED transcript if there are no transferable college or university credits.
- Submit an admissions essay (1 page in length) describing your educational goals and why you are seeking to become a Warner student.