- 2020 total student savings calculated based on 22,203 credits earned. The cost of earning the equivalent credits at $260 per credit would calculate to $5.7M. That value is reduced by the cost charged to attempt the test out ($549,524.25) – which reflects the $99 attempt fee applied to the earned credits ($24.75 per course based on an average credits per course of 4 x 22,203 credits earned).
Justice Studies Programs
Let our Certificate and undergraduate Justice Studies programs take you where you want to go in order to serve your community.
Choose Your Justice Studies Program
The courses offered through our Justice Studies programs deliver the education, training and transferable skills, or soft skills, you need to help get the career you want.
Not Sure Which Justice Studies Program Is Right for You?
Rasmussen University’s Justice Studies programs offer a wide range of knowledge and skills that allow you to best serve your community and deliver justice to those in need.
If you have a passion for working in high-pressure situations, our Associate's level Criminal Justice degree provides the academic foundation that many law enforcement agencies are looking for in new hires. Pursuing an online Criminal Justice degree at the Bachelor's level is ideal for students who are interested in leadership roles within the justice system.
If you’ve always seen yourself working alongside an attorney in a courtroom or corporate office, our Paralegal Certificate or Associate’s Degree may be the best path for you to reach your goals.
Rasmussen University’s Law Enforcement programs will help you to reach your goals of becoming a police officer in the state of Minnesota. Whether you’ve already accomplished the academic or physical skills component, or have no previous experience, you can work and study knowing you are helping to enhance your natural skills and pursue the role you were meant to fill.
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9 Things You Didn't Know About the Rasmussen University School of Justice Studies
The Rasmussen University School of Justice Studies is home to three academic programs — Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Paralegal Studies.
These programs all have stand-out features of their own, but they are unified in their mission to provide students with a hands-on education from knowledgeable, experienced instructors.
Save time and money with Knowledge Credit™ through transfer credits, credit for prior learning and self-directed assessments. These $149 assessments allow you to prove that you already have the knowledge for a particular course and don't need to take it. Students have saved more than $5.2 million through self-directed assessments.1 Find out more about your Knowledge Credit™ options.
At Rasmussen University, our School of Justice Studies provides current and future criminal justice professionals a wide range of industry-relevant programs. Our in-depth training and fieldwork offer relevant real-world scenarios to prepare you to fulfill your career goals. Throughout our curriculum, you gain the knowledge and skills you need to succeed within the justice system and to promote safety and well-being within your communities.
"Every good thing that has happened to me in the past few years came from somehow, someway being affiliated with Rasmussen University."
Criminal Justice Graduate