Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Maintaining the safety of our communities depends upon those who are dedicated to careers in criminal justice. These individuals have strong problem-solving skills, a passion for serving others, and a desire to make our society better.

Becker College offers the following bachelor degrees and programs in criminal justice:

These programs focus on the structural and theoretical facets of the American justice system. Each concentration is designed to prepare students to step into significant professional careers in the fields of criminal justice.


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For more information about the Becker College Criminal Justice programs, call 877.523.2537 or email admissions@becker.edu.

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Published on: January 23, 2020

Becker College will host a New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Esports Showcase on Friday, January 31, from 1:30-5 p.m.  The event, which is being held in partnership with the Massachusetts Digital Game Institute (MassDiGI), will take place in the Colleen C. Barrett Center for Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship, at 80 William Street, on the College’s Worcester Campus.

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Published on: January 12, 2020

Becker College’s Registered Nursing Program has been ranked #1 out of 50 nursing schools in Massachusetts by Nursingprocess.org. Ranking factors investigate four broad areas: academic quality, NCLEX-RN exam performance, affordability, and the overall reputation of the school, with academic quality and NCLEX-RN first-time pass rate given the maximum weight as indicators of the College’s performance record. 

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Becker esports team highlighted

Published on: January 10, 2020

Becker College’s varsity Overwatch team took center stage in a recently-published Experience Magazine story about esports.

The story, “Forget football. Video games are the next big college sport,” opens from the perspective of Becker’s Overwatch coach, Nick “Shifty” Travis, giving a pep talk to the members of College’s varsity team before a match, and expands to discuss the growth and mainstream acceptance of esports.