Criminal Justice

Strengthen and Protect Your Community with a Degree in Criminal Justice

Learn More buttonIf you are passionate about justice and want to see your community grow stronger through reconciliation and reform, then a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice is the right fit for you! Majoring in Criminal Justice will open the door to careers in law enforcement, corrections, forensics, public service, or fish and game. It is also a great option for pre-law students and for those who dream of entering politics.

Warner Pacific’s diverse student body makes it a unique place to learn the many practical, historical, and psychological complexities that make this field so important to the growth and safety of a community. As national attention becomes focused on these fields, a bachelor’s degree will allow you to enter the workforce in more senior positions when compared to those with an associate’s degree. Many jurisdictions and positions, such as police detective, also require a bachelor’s degree for consideration.

Earning your bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice will ensure that you graduate with the knowledge and flexibility to protect and serve your community through a wide variety of job opportunities.

NOW ENROLLING: Classes Begin Fall Semester 2017

*Pending Program Approval

Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice

  • Open to Freshmen and Transfer Students
  • Provides Strong Professional Advancement Opportunities
  • Liberal Arts Coursework Includes Courses on Restorative Justice as well as Addictions and Mental Health
  • Financial Aid is Available

WPC Alum Jim BandOregon City Police Chief, Jim Band ’04, believes the liberal arts foundation Warner Pacific provided “gave me a better understanding of what makes people tick and an understanding that we all come from different places with different fears, needs, and motivations. As the Chief of Police in Oregon City, these skills are vital to my work each and every day.”  

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