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Online Sociology Criminal Justice Degree

The newest addition to McKendree Online degrees is the undergraduate sociology major with a criminal justice emphasis. The online sociology with a criminal justice degree is tailored for busy adults eager to advance in the criminal justice profession. The online format allows convenience for completing courses regardless of the shift the student works.

 

 

Why an Online Sociology Criminal Justice Degree?

The bachelor's degree in Sociology is an eye-opening program that will change how you view the world and societies around you.  The Criminal Justice track is designed for students who wish to pursue careers that use skills to think critically about the many social issues confronting us in today's society.

 

 

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Courses are delivered entirely online using the course management system BlackBoard. All classes for the online BA are offered over an eight week period. Many students choose to take two courses during each eight week session.

 

 

Career Opportunities

An online degree in Sociology Criminal Justice will prepare your for a career in:

  •  Law Enforcement
  •  Corrections
  •  Court Services

 

 

Student Graduates at CommencementProgram Requirements

McKendree University requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for online degree completion.  40 of those hours must be at the 300 or 400 level and a minimum of 30 hours with McKendree. Students must fulfill the general education requirements.

 

 

Interesting Classes

  • Juvenile Delinquency
  •  Police and Urban Society
  •  Correctional Institutions
  •  Social Class and Inequality
  •  Race and Ethnic Relations

 

 

General Education Requirements

  •  Art or Music
  •  ENG 111 English I:  Academic Writing
  •  Literature
  •  PSY/SOC/PSI - 6 hrs from 2 of 3 areas
  •  MTH 105 Intermediate Algebra
  •  HPE 158 Health and Wellness
  •  BIO 101 Introductory Biology with Lab
  •  CSI 120 Computing Concepts and Apps
  •  ENG 112 English II:  Research and Writing
  •  HIS 262 US History Since 1865
  •  Philosophy or Religion
  •  MTH 310 Statistics
  • SPC 310 Business & Professional Presentations
  •  SCE 205 Earth and Astronomical Science

 

 

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McKendree University gives careful consideration to your previous coursework and will transfer in as many credits as possible. Courses are individually evaluated to determine which are transferable and what requirements have been met. Transcripts will be evaluated by the Office of Academic Records and the Division Chair of the department.

Official evaluations are completed once you have been admitted to McKendree University. McKendree Online staff can provide you with an unofficial evaluation at your request. Please note the following:

  • Only courses with a letter grade of 'C' or better may be accepted in transfer. Pass/fail courses will not be accepted.
  • At least 120 credit hours are required for graduation, 30 of which must be from McKendree.
  • You may receive a maximum of 90 credit hours in transfer from a regionally accredited institution.
  • Proficiencies earned at other institutions are not accepted.


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McKendree University
McKendree Online
701 College Road
Lebanon, IL 62254

 

 

Admission


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Emma Graham

Recruiter for Online Programs
121 Merrill Street, Lebanon, Illinois
(618) 537-6898
ejgraham@mckendree.edu

 

 

 

Student Support


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Linza Brachear

Senior Student Services Specialist for External Programs
121 Merrill Street, Lebanon, Illinois
(618) 537-6427
lkbrachear@mckendree.edu

 

 

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Associate Dean of Online Programs
121 Merrill Street, Lebanon, Illinois
(618) 537-6834
(618) 791-8003 (cell)
mlmeeker@mckendree.edu

 

 

 

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