American Public University Launch Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice

June 27, 2009

American Public University (APUS) has launched a Bachelor’s of Science degree in criminal justice with a concentration in forensics. This new program has been added to its public safety curriculum.

“This new degree will enhance the careers of those working in law enforcement,” said Wallace E. Boston, Jr., president of APUS. “This program is perfect for those seeking to conduct crime scene processing and crime lab work. With our focus on educating those who are pursuing public service careers, we are proud to add this new degree program to expand our offerings to the law enforcement community.”

The new program is for students who seek an in-depth knowledge of crime, criminal behavior, and crime scene investigation. Classes range from DNA in the criminal justice system to blood spatter analysis.

APUS also offers a Bachelor’s of Arts and Master of Arts in criminal justice through its member institutions, American Public University and American Military University.

APUS has more than 45,000 students studying in all of its programs. Classes start monthly, with them offering over 70 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Tuition is $250 per credit hour.


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