Criminal Justice - Statewide
Locations: Big Rapids, Grand Rapids, Alpena, Auburn Hills, Benton Harbor, Clinton Township, Dowagiac, Flint, Gaylord, Harper Woods, Jackson*, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Livonia, Midland/Bay/Saginaw, Muskegon, Petoskey, Port Huron, Scottville, Sidney, Traverse City
The Excellence You Expect, The Flexibility You Need
Ferris State University's Criminal Justice program is amongst the most respected in the nation, and with our locations across Michigan, your degree is within reach wherever you are. Whether you're a seasoned professional or you're interested in entering the field, our Statewide Criminal Justice programs will provide the flexibility you need to earn your degree and take the next step forward in your career.
Schedule a free appointment with a local Ferris advisor to get started.
Already finished your bachelor's degree? Check out our Master's of Criminal Justice Administration program.
*Note that our Jackson-based program focuses on the Law Enforcement track.
BUILT AROUND YOU
Expanded Options: With your degree in Criminal Justice, you'll find opportunities in youth services, addiction treatment, offender aftercare and treatment, victim advocacy, law enforcement and many other areas of the criminal justice field. Your Criminal Justice degree is also excellent preparation for law school.
Save Thousands: Thanks to our partnerships with community colleges across Michigan, earning your Ferris State University degree at an off-campus location can save you thousands of dollars. Take many of your courses at your local community college's inexpensive tuition rate and apply them directly to your Ferris degree. Check our transfer guides for details.
Keep Your Schedule: Night and weekend classes are available in many locations, so you can keep your current career while you get ready for the next step. Check out our accelerated 8-week courses to earn your degree even faster.
Get to Work: Earn your degree in your community and begin building the local professional network you'll need to launch your career.
ADMISSION & TRANSFER REQUIREMENTS
This program has been designed as a degree completion program. You will need a minimum number of credit hours to enter this program. Contact a local or online advisor for all of the details.
Our transfer process and community college partnerships will help you maximize the number of credits you bring to Ferris, saving you time and money. Check out our transfer guides to get an idea of what your transfer to Ferris might look like.
Alpena Community College
Grand Rapids Community College
Lake Michigan College
Lansing Community College
Macomb Community College
Montcalm Community College
Mott Community College
Muskegon Community College
North Central Michigan College
Northwestern Michigan College
Oakland Community College
Southwestern Michigan College
Saint Clair County Community College
Wayne County Community College
West Shore Community College
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