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Eagle Voyage

The NCCU Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice at Vance-Granville Community College (VGCC) is offered through the Department of Criminal Justice in collaboration with the Division of Extended Studies.

Accelerated

Students entering with an associate’s degree, can complete a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice in just nine, eight-week mini sessions plus one summer.

Accessible

Courses are taught in a hybrid format meeting only one day per week at VGCC. Additional work is completed online via Blackboard, a Learning Management System.

Certified

The B.S. degree program is certified nationally by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission.

The Criminal Justice degree prepares students to apply critical and analytical thinking skills in problem-solving situations, develop leadership and written and oral communication skills, and exercise ethical and sound judgment in their personal and professional lives. Students also will have learning opportunities outside the classroom involving real-word experiences and programs to promote public safety. Upon completion of the degree, students will be qualified to work in public or private criminal justice agencies and similar organizations.

The mission of the Department of Criminal Justice is to prepare students to become leaders, outstanding practitioners, scholars, and advocates for social justice in a diverse and global society.

For more information:

Keana Williams North Carolina Central University 
Transfer Academic Advisor / Eagle Voyage 
Division of Extended Studies 
Main Number Cell: 919.452. 9406
Vance Granville CC Office: 252.738.3455
kwill331@nccu.edu
 
 
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