CCBC GRADUATES CAN EARN BACHELORS DEGREE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE ONLINE THROUGH NORWICH UNIVERSITY

Norwich University, a private military college located in Vermont, offers graduates of Community College of Beaver County's Criminal Justice programs (A.A. or A.S. degrees) the ability to earn their Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice entirely online, in less than two years.

Through an agreement with CCBC, Norwich will apply at least 60 CCBC credits toward their bachelor’s degree program. In addition, active military students receive a lower tuition rate of $250 per credit for the criminal justice program at Norwich. For CCBC graduates not eligible for the lower active military tuition rate, a $500 tuition scholarship is available.

Norwich also offers semester credits for previous career or military training and certifications, allowing students to transfer up to 84 total semester credits and accelerate the completion of the criminal justice bachelor’s degree. CCBC graduates also receive a waiver of the application fee and are automatically accepted into the criminal justice program at Norwich.

 

To learn more about Norwich’s online criminal justice program, visit www.online.norwich.edu/ccbc.