Ball State’s bachelor of science degree in criminal justice and criminology has a national reputation because of its relevant and demanding curriculum, which is taught by a faculty who have a mix of professional experience and high-quality academic qualifications. These faculty members believe in being mentors and bringing positive and continuous improvements to the criminal justice system and related private sector entities.
In addition, you will be studying from a university ranked and well-regarded for its innovation and effectiveness in online education.
Ball State’s programs are priced competitively, giving you extra value for your time and money. Plus, more than 75 percent of Ball State students, including many adult learners who work full time, receive some form of financial aid.
Accredited by ACJS
Our program was one of the first in the nation to be accredited by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), an international association that promotes professional and scholarly activities in the field.