Website Announces Best Criminal Justice Degree Programs

March 17, 2021 —, a resource for online degree rankings and higher education planning, has announced the Top 50 Criminal Justice Degree Programs for 2021. The comprehensive research guide is based on an assessment of 153 accredited colleges and universities in the nation. Each program is evaluated based on curriculum quality, graduation rate, reputation, and post-graduate employment.

The 2021 rankings are calculated through a unique scoring system which includes student engagement, potential return on investment, and leading third-party evaluations. analyzed 153 schools, on a scale of 0 to 100, with only 50 making it to the final list. The methodology also uses an algorithm which collects and analyzes multiple rankings into one score to easily compare each school.

Students who pursue any one of these programs can expect to gain employment much quicker in comparison to candidates without a degree. In addition to accessibility and cost, the steady job growth in this market is one of the many reasons researched and ranked the Top Criminal Justice Degree Programs. Click here to access the complete ranking.

2021 Criminal Justice Degree Programs featured on (in alphabetical order):

  • Albany State University
  • Angelo State University
  • Arizona State University
  • Boston University
  • California State University, Los Angeles
  • Colorado State University, Global Campus
  • Drury University
  • East Carolina University
  • Florida International University
  • Florida State University
  • Fort Hays State University
  • George Mason University
  • Georgia College & State University
  • Georgia Southern University
  • Grantham University
  • Hilbert College
  • Indiana University Bloomington
  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  • Keiser University
  • Michigan State University
  • North Greenville University
  • Northeastern University
  • Northern Kentucky University
  • Northwestern State University of Louisiana
  • Pennsylvania State University
  • Rutgers University
  • Saint Joseph's College, New York
  • Sam Houston State University
  • Southwestern Assemblies of God University
  • State University of New York College, Brockport
  • State University of New York, Albany
  • State University of New York, Oneonta
  • Stevenson University
  • Temple University
  • Texas State University
  • The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina
  • University of Central Florida
  • University of Cincinnati
  • University of Delaware
  • University of Georgia
  • University of Maryland Global Campus
  • University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • University of Memphis
  • University of Mississippi
  • University of Missouri Saint Louis
  • University Of Nebraska, Omaha
  • University of Oklahoma
  • Washington State University
  • West Chester University
  • Western Kentucky University
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