MONROE, La. — The University of Louisiana Monroe’s online Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice was ranked no. 26 in the nation by CollegeValuesOnline.com.
“The University of Louisiana Monroe’s online criminal justice degree program is one of the oldest in the state and has a proven record of success,” according to the ranking.
The ranking took into account various key factors to ensure that a student gets the best rate of return on their educational investment. The factors in determining the ranking were academic ranking, cost of tuition, and average first-year salary.
Other schools that made the list include Oakland City University (no. 27), Mississippi College (no. 28), Tarleton State University (no. 29), and Fayetteville State University (no. 30).
Not only did ULM receive one of Affordable College Online’s top criminal justice degree rankings in 2015, but it also has a high graduation placement rate post-graduation.
The online criminal justice program provides students with in-depth knowledge of three key areas of the criminal justice system: the police, the courts, and corrections.
The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from ULM concentrates on providing students the opportunity to qualify for positions around the nation in the criminal justice field.
ULM is well known for offering a high-quality and low cost education that allows students the option to pursue a degree.
eULM is accredited by the Southern Associate of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, bachelor, masters, specialist, and doctorate degrees.
For more information about the ranking, visit collegevaluesonline.com/rankings/criminal-justice-programs.
For more information about online programs at ULM, visit ulm.edu/onlinedegrees.