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EKU Offers Best Online Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice

Best Online Bachelor's Criminal Justice 2017 Badge

EKU offers one of the nation’s top online degree programs in criminal justice according to The Community for Accredited Online Schools. The organization released a “Best Online Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice” list and placed Eastern Kentucky University at #2 of 50 schools.

Snapp Finds the Right Criminal Justice Degree at the Right Time

EKU Online Corrections and Juvenile Justice Studies student Jamie Snapp

How to Build a Career in Criminal Justice

Tim Carman knows a criminal justice career was the right choice for him.

"I always wanted to work with people. In this career, you have an impact and can actually see the results of your work,” he said.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Betsy Mathews

Dr. Betsy Matthews, coordinator and instructor with EKU Online corrections

For careers in corrections and criminal justice, online degree programs at EKU are particularly rewarding. Eastern Kentucky University has prepared students in these fields for more than 50 years, and the EKU College of Justice and Safety is considered a national leader.

Online Corrections and Juvenile Justice Instructors Honored

The EKU Online degree programs in Corrections and Juvenile Justice were well represented at the first-ever eCAPS Awards held by the EKU Office of eCampus Learning on December 10, 2015. 

Color of Justice Event Explores Justice and Safety Careers

Representatives from Eastern Kentucky University, the Kentucky Department of Housing and Louisville Metro Police Department were among those who met with Louisville Central High School students in December to discuss the rewards and challenges of justice and safety careers.

Students Learn About Immigration and Citizenship Issues

Vargas speaks to Justice and Safety students about immigration.

Pulitzer Prize Winner Jose Antonio Vargas addressed EKU College of Justice & Safety Students on October 28.

Violence Against Women and State Crime Addressed in Recent Book by Collins

State Crime, Women and Gender, a recently published book by assistant professor Dr. Victoria Collins in the EKU School of Justice Studies is a welcome contribution to the discussion of gender and the criminal justice system.