recently posted results from a rigorous review of academic programs, ranking the College of Liberal Studies Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (BSCJ) among the best online programs in the nation., an online resource for prospective college students, delivers thorough reviews of the best schools in the United States. It considers programs at traditional brick-and-mortar institutions along with their nontraditional counterparts.

“With demand for specialists growing, schools now offer a wide range of criminal justice degrees online,” the website states. “These programs are ideal for working professionals who need the flexibility of online coursework to complete their degrees remotely and according to a modified schedule.” then put this information into perspective by ranking the programs against several key factors.

This year’s rankings were compiled using the latest information from the Institute of Education Sciences and College Navigator databases, government sources maintained by the National Center for Education Statistics. Each school was then measured against four metrics­—acceptance, retention, graduation and enrollment­—to determine its eligibility for inclusion on the list. Both the bachelor’s and master’s levels of the criminal justice program at CLS were mentioned in the final publication.

November 30, 2015

CLS Criminal Justice Ranked Among Best Online Programs recently ranked the CLS Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (BSCJ) among the best online programs in the nation.
October 30, 2015

CLS Students Accept August Vollmer Award

CLS students were recently honored with the August Vollmer Excellence in Forensic Science award for innovative crime scene investigative techniques.
October 26, 2015

Photo Highlights from the 2015 CLS Tailgate Party

Is there anything better than fall football and great friends? Our students, alumni and staff made 2015 CLS Tailgate Party a wonderful success this weekend!
September 23, 2015

CLS to Offer New Diversity Courses in Fall Session II

In Fall Session II, CLS will debut new courses on diversity as part of a series that explores inequality issues in the United States.