Start a Career in the Justice System with Online Criminal Justice Courses

Want to protect and serve your family, friends and community? Consider yourself a natural leader and quick decision-maker? By taking online Criminal Justice courses you can earn a degree and start a fulfilling career in the Criminal Justice field.

At Miller-Motte, we offer the following Criminal Justice online programs you could be eligible to enroll in*:

  • Criminal Justice Bachelor of Science Degree – complete in as little as 2 years**
  • Criminal Justice Bachelor of Science Degree – complete in as little as 4 years
  • Criminal Justice Associate of Applied Science – complete in as little as 18 months

Our online Criminal Justice programs offer the flexibility to learn on your schedule, allowing you to work full-time job while getting your education. 

Job Growth 12%

Projected, 2012 - 2022*

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What You’ll Learn in Our Online Criminal Justice Program

Miller-Motte will give you the skills and knowledge needed to start a career in the Criminal Justice field.

In our online Criminal Justice program you’ll take a variety of classes. Specific to our Associate of Applied Science Degree program, you’ll take: Criminology, Substance Abuse, Juvenile Justice and many more. For more information about the courses you’ll take, download our course catalog.

In our Bachelor of Science Degree program, you’ll take Delinquency in Society, Corrections Theory, Criminal Behavior—to name just a few of our courses. To learn more, download our course catalog.

In the Associate of Applied Science Degree program your courses will include, but are not limited to, Juvenile Justice, Criminal Investigations, information Security & Cyber Crime and Essentials of Security Operations & Loss Prevention. To learn more, download our course catalog.

Get Started Training for Your Career in Criminal Justice

If you’re looking to protect and serve your community, then you’re ready to dive into a career in the field of Criminal Justice. Some of the careers you could pursue are:

  • Correctional Officer and Jailer: As a Correctional Officer and Jailer, you’ll be responsible for supervising convicted criminals and those awaiting trial. You’ll be charged with helping in the rehabilitation process for inmates and keeping society safe. You’ll even occasionally provide safe transportation for prisoners to and from the courthouse.
  • Court Clerk: Court Clerks play an important role in the criminal justice system. You’ll learn to prepare dockets for court, take accurate notes and communicate directly with judges and lawyers. You’ll ensure that everything in the courtroom runs smoothly.
  • Security Guard: Security Guards ensure the safety of your community, with potential career opportunities in business complexes or commercial enterprises. People will look to you for safety and for the prevention of crime, vandalism and terrorism.
    *Note: This program is not intended to meet state requirements for a law enforcement officer or police officer.

Take Online Criminal Justice Courses to Begin a Rewarding Career. Call to Learn How.

Are you ready to move toward your new career in Criminal Justice? Whether you take classes online or at one of our campuses, we at Miller-Motte are here to help you fulfill your career goals. Call us today at 800.705.9182 to get started or click here to request more information.

Note: This program is not intended to meet state requirements for a law enforcement officer or police officer.

*Program availability depends on student’s state of residence.

**Students who have earned an Associate Degree in Business Administration at Miller-Motte College Wilmington or another accredited institution of higher education may request an evaluation of credits earned and have the opportunity to be awarded up to 90 quarter credit hours of transfer credit toward the completion of the Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration.

***Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Security Guards and Gaming Surveillance Officers, 
on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/protective-service/security-guards.htm (visited August 11, 2015).

Miller-Motte College Online Programs are offered via the Wilmington, NC and Miller-Motte Technical College Online Programs are offered via the Conway, SC campus.