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Tampa Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in Criminal Justice

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Affordable Tiered Tuition Plan Affordable Tiered Tuition Plan

Affordable Tiered Tuition Plan is a program designed to give students the opportunity to earn tuition deduction all the way to graduation. Every student who dedicates endless hours to their education deserves a deduction. Here’s how it works for a bachelor's degree program:*†

  • Start earning your degree
  • > 25% credits*

    10% tuition deduction
  • > 50% credits*

    15% tuition deduction
  • > 75% credits*

    20% tuition deduction

*earned program credits

*To see full eligibility requirements and excluded programs, please visit this page (pdfs by program previously approved). Associate’s level offers separate tuition reduction structure. Graduate and certificate programs are not eligible for tiered tuition.

† Students utilizing partnership agreements or enrolling as a Continual Transfer Waiver will not be eligible for the reduced tuition. Those students will receive the tuition reduction as outlined in the partnership agreement or transfer waiver.

Program Information

The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice degree program at Argosy University, Tampa in Tampa, Florida, can provide criminal justice practitioners with enhanced critical thinking, communication, research and professional skills designed to contribute to career development, promotional opportunities, and consideration for specialized assignments. The program would also prepare you for possible careers in the various occupational fields of the criminal justice system.

Concentrations
In the BS in Criminal Justice degree program in Tampa, you may select a concentration in the following areas:
• Corrections
• Forensic Psychology
• Homeland Security
• Management
• Police
• Security Management
• Substance Abuse

Career Outcomes
As a graduate, you can pursue employment at federal, state, and local government agencies; security companies; private investigation services; businesses and retail stores; law firms; and in private probation. Careers in criminal justice include:
• Criminal Investigator
• Corrections Officer
• Legal Assistant
• Customs Agent
• Court Administrator

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Launch your career by enrolling in the BS in Criminal Justice degree program. You can learn more about specific financial aid programs (available to those who qualify) on our Financial Aid & Scholarships pages, or by contacting us to request more information.
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