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Recognizing the importance of having qualified and well-educated people working in the law enforcement field, North Georgia College & State University is now offering an online-only graduate degree program in criminal justice. The degree program was designed for those already working in the law enforcement field or students interested in entering that field. Master of… Read More


Harrison College recently announced that it will offer a scholarship for working moms who wish to pursue a college education, the Evansville Courier and Press reports. Officials told the news source that the new scholarship is geared toward helping women who are working or reentering the workforce and have a child under age 18 at… Read More


The University of Maryland has established three cybersecurity degree programs to help alleviate the Homeland Security Department’s need for professionals in this field, reports DefenseSystems. Currently, the bachelor’s degree program in cybersecurity requires 120 credits, including 33 credits of major specific coursework. The curriculum is offered completely online or in a hybrid format. Furthermore, master’s… Read More


Online degree programs are becoming mainstream as more working professionals look to further their careers with a higher education. This week, Campbellsville University announced that it will introduce four new associate of science degree programs next spring. The Kentucky school says all courses will be online. Online Education Business administration, Christian studies, criminal justice and… Read More


Criminal Justice Degrees are one of the most sought after degrees currently, and one with the biggest employment potential, according to a report from the Department of Education.

Four of the fastest growing and most profitable careers in Criminal Justice are the following:

1. Crime Scene Investigator- If you’ve ever watched any CSI shows on TV, you have a slightly…… Read More


Throughout America’s history, there have been thousands of criminals. The Pew Research Center reported that in 2008, there were 2.3 million individuals behind bars.And then in 2009 approximately one in 31 U.S. adults were behind bars or on probation. From America's beginnings as a dumping ground for England's criminals, individuals who defy the law have… Read More