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Criminal Justice Distance Education Options

The Department of Criminal Justice at North Carolina Central University has customized the programs to achieve your career and personal goals. You will receive a level of personal attention and individualized support not found in many traditional programs.

The NCCU Bachelor of Science degree program in Criminal Justice at Wake Tech is designed for students seeking careers in law enforcement and criminal justice. Students who already have an associate’s degree are able to complete the bachelor’s degree in two years. The program consists of 57 credit hours of instruction, delivered in eight-week sessions and one five-week summer session, at Wake Tech’s Public Safety Education Campus. The partnership program is offered through NCCU’s Division of Extended Studies and College Transfer Program.

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Contact Information

Tracy Barley, DE Coordinator
103 Albert N. Whiting Criminal Justice Building
thicks15@nccu.edu
919-530-5205

 
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