B.S. in Criminal Justice: Crime Scene Investigation
Residential Crime Scene Investigation Program
Through our B.S. in Criminal Justice: Crime Scene Investigation degree, you’ll gain the forensic skills as well as the foundational knowledge for a career in criminal investigation.
Our professors have years of law enforcement experience and teach using hands-on activities to provide you with a practical understanding of criminology, corrections, and juvenile justice.
Learn How To:
- Properly gather and process evidence
- Manage and photograph crime scenes
- Perform forensic computer and cyber analyses
- Conduct criminal investigations
Academics: Crime Scene Investigation Cognate
120 total hours
Degree Completion Plan (DCP)
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
- Crime Scene Photography (CJUS 361)
- Crime Scene Management (CJUS 362)
- Computer & Cyber Forensics (CJUS 363)
- Criminal Investigations I (CJUS 420)
Law enforcement personnel who can document successful completion from an accredited police officer school in their state may earn up to 14 credit hours toward their degree. Military experience may also be evaluated for potential college credit.
Career Opportunities in Crime Scene Investigation
- Computer Forensics Specialist
- Crime Scene Investigator
- Federal Agent
- Police Officer