Criminal Justice (A.A.)
Associate of Arts (A.A.)
An A.A. degree in Criminal Justice can be Life. Changing. in ways you might not have imagined. You'll be on the path to transfer to a four-year college or university for a bachelor's degree. While you learn about the practice and ethics of public safety and law enforcement, you'll become a phenomenal communicator. Take a look at the Criminal Justice Transfer Major. It's everything you need for a lifelong career of public service.
“If you want to get an education that will lead to a successful career, I recommend Indian Hills. The instructors believe in the mission of changing students’ lives and teaching what you need to know to grow in your future career.”
Frequently Asked Questions
- In-state tuition: $203 per credit hour
- Out-of-state tuition: $255 per credit hour
- Your total bill will be based on the number of credit hours for which you are enrolled. Some programs of study will require you to purchase a uniform, books, tools, or other items, and it is important to budget for these costs as well.
- For more information on the Cost of Attendance, please visit our Financial Aid page.
Indian Hills has articulation agreements and transfer plans with many four-year colleges and universities. However, not all credits are guaranteed to transfer because of differences in programs and requirements among various institutions. An Academic Advisor will also assist you in your future academic plans.
Note: Please be aware that there are unique pre–employment qualifications for positions in this field, which may include passing extensive criminal and character background checks, physical requirements, polygraph testing, oral boards, drug screening, and/or other requirements pertinent to current hiring practices.
"I was able to complete one year of college at Indian Hills while still attending high school. After graduating, I only had to complete one additional year of credits at Indian Hills. Taking concurrent enrollment credit saved me so much money. Also, staying close to home and completing my degree provided me with the freedom of going to college, but also the structure I needed to learn how to transition to a larger institution.
|Delaney Evers '14
|Associate of Arts