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Social Sciences and Languages Division Programs
The following Criminal Justice* degrees are available:
Certificate in Criminal Justice
This certificate is totally embedded into the next degree level of the Associate in Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice.
Associate in Applied
Science (AAS) Degree in Criminal Justice
The AAS Degree in Criminal Justice is designed to provide students with the understandings necessary to function in the systems of law enforcement, corrections and justice in the United States. This degree is totally embedded in the Bachelor of Applied Science degree.
Applied Science (BAS) in Criminal Justice
The Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice provides the opportunity for students to complete a career ladder in criminal justice. Students are able to pursue the bachelor's degree in two tracks: administration of justice and crime scene investigations.
For more information, visit the Criminal Justice webpage.
* The Criminal Justice (CJ) Career Ladder is developed with the Certificate embedded into the AAS which is also embedded in the BAS. This means that a student progresses seamlessly from the certificate through the BAS degree.
Associate in Arts (AA) Degree
The A.A. Degree is designed for transfer to other colleges and universities by students who seek bachelorís degrees in various fields. The AA degree is a general 2 year degree.
Program information is available here.
Additional information may be obtained by calling 304-424-8000 or 1-800-WVA-WVUP or e-mailing the Social Sciences and Languages Division Office.