BPCC offers the Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice degree with specialized courses of study in the following areas:
- law enforcement,
- corrections, and
- a concentration in medicolegal death investigation.
Graduates receive a total of 60 hours of college credit for completion of coursework required for the degree. Criminal Justice courses taken at BPCC may count toward a baccalaureate degree at colleges and universities electing to accept the transferred course(s).
Bossier Parish Community College is one of a few community colleges in the United States offering the Medicolegal Death Investigation class and concentration.
The Criminal Justice Program also offers a Technical Diploma consisting of 45 hours of college credit and the following Certificates of Technical Studies consisting of 30 hours of college credit.
- Criminal Investigation
- Police Procedures
- Police/Community Relations
Benefits of the Criminal Justice Program
- Degree can be completed entirely online or by taking on-campus courses.
- Career advancement
- Specialized training
- BPCC welcomes out-of-state students