The Bachelor Degree Scholarship is offered once a year usually in March. The scholarship requires students have a 3.0 or higher overall GPA and be enrolled in a bachelor degree program at Polk State College. Scholarships generally cover 6 credits of tuition and fees for the fall semester and 6 credits of tuition and fees for the spring semester.
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree at Polk State College is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of crime and society’s crime control mechanisms and to prepare them for professional careers in criminal justice.
The degree provides a broad overview of the interdisciplinary field of criminal justice, drawing upon the following knowledge bases:
- Public Policy
Causes and Prevention of Criminal Behavior
The program curriculum includes content related to deviant behavior, criminal investigation, corrections, the court system, and criminal justice administration. Graduates of the Criminal Justice program are prepared for entry-level careers in the criminal justice system, such as law enforcement, corrections, probation/parole, private/industry security, and other criminal justice fields.
This degree is also beneficial to current employees in law enforcement seeking incentive benefits or career advancement. In addition, graduates are prepared for graduate study in criminal justice and related fields.
Why a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Polk State College?
- Courses offered online or hybrid to meet the needs of busy professionals
- Quality education taught by professors with real-world criminal justice experience
- Learner-centered classroom experiences
- Accelerated eight-week courses
- Small class sizes
About the School
Polk State College, established in 1964, is a multi-campus institution serving over 20,000 students with Bachelor of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science, Associate in Arts and Associate in Science d ... Read More