Bachelor of Science
Albright College, School of Professional Studies
The Albright College bachelor’s degree in Crime & Justice involves an analysis of criminal deviance and its roots, plus an in-depth understanding of the criminal justice system's successes and failures. Unlike other criminal justice programs, students are not trained specifically for police work. Rather, students are educated in the academic study of crime, criminology and justice in preparation for a variety of careers within the Criminal Justice system. If you are looking for a Master's in Crime & Justice or law school, Albright College has a number of articulation agreements established with regional graduate schools and have students pursue a law degree after this program. This is a twenty-four month program with classes scheduled one evening per week from 6-10 p.m. Students would complete 48 credits in Crime & Justice at Albright College along with an additional 78 credits (previous college credits, CLEP, and life credit can all satisfy these credits).