Solve real-world challenges with a rewarding careerDo you consider yourself a problem-solver? Are you looking for a highly-rewarding career that serves and protects the community? CCBC’s online public safety and law programs may be the perfect fit for you.
You’ll not only learn essential concepts, but you’ll be equipped with the analytical, technical and professional skills that will prepare you for service to the community.
With CCBC Online, your education will open a diverse range of employment opportunities in law enforcement, criminal investigation, intelligence, corrections and many other fields.
CCBC’s online public safety and law programs give you:
- The convenience, flexibility and independence of online learning.
- Cutting-edge knowledge and skills, earned through rigorous online coursework at CCBC.
- The highest level of quality and expertise.
- Preparation for transfer to continue your education, CCBC has transfer agreements with American Public University, Stevenson University and University of Baltimore.
|Program||Credential||Delivery Method||Time to Completion|
|Criminal Justice Studies||Associate of Applied Science||Fully online||2 years|
|Criminal Justice Studies||Credit Certificate||Fully online||12 months|
|Digital Forensics||Associate of Applied Science||Blended||2 years|
Criminal Justice online classes
From Criminology to Ethics and Diversity, CCBC online offers a variety of online criminal justice classes to help you pursue a career in Public Safety and Law.
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State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements
As a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) is approved to offer online learning courses and programs to students in all NC-SARA states. This agreement allows students to have a wider variety of education offerings as well as improved resolution of student complaints. Please note that, currently, California is not an NC-SARA state, but CA students attending CCBC still can receive Title IV funds.
For a list of higher education contacts to resolve complaints per state, please use the U.S. Department of Education site. Choose the state that you are in, and then search for the Higher Education contact.