Today’s communities—from large cities to small towns—are facing a variety of complex challenges. We have a greater need for people like you—people who are willing to serve and protect.
The associate degree in criminal justice offered by the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at Elizabethtown College was designed for people who desire to make a career out of making a difference. This degree can serve as a stepping stone to the police academy, or it can be an entry point into a career in various areas of law enforcement, security, and protection.
The field of criminal justice rewarding—and it’s a career that emulates E-towns motto, “Educate for Service.”
The associate degree from Elizabethtown College requires 64 credit hours of academic work. Degree candidates must take at least 15 of their last 30 credits from Elizabethtown College. Credits from Elizabethtown must include at least 9 credits in the major.