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Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Arts

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My instructors all understand that we are working with full-time jobs and children, and that stuff happens.

Program Overview

Prepare to uphold, enforce and potentially improve the law with your Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Huston-Tillotson University. Designed for working adults, this program allows you to:

  • Take one course at a time, one night a week, four hours a night
  • Evening courses help you balance school with work and life.
  • Study city, county, state and federal law enforcement, courts, corrections and more.

Plus, employees of the following organizations are eligible for a 20% tuition discount toward this program:

  • Austin Police Department
  • AISD Police Department
  • Texas Department of Public Safety
  • Travis/Hays/Bastrop/Williamson County Sheriff’s Office

Request more information about HT’s Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice today by completing and submitting the form.

Evening Courses

Finish your degree without having to sacrifice your job or personal commitments.

Stay on Schedule

Take classes just one night a week for four hours.

Real Relevance

Apply what you learn to everyday situations.

“Huston-Tillotson taught me how to be a truly reflective, effective, and positive leader. I’m HT’s Adult Degree Program’s biggest fan because it has taught me to be intentional in my community service, be alert and engaged in civic engagement, community building, and social justice.”

Mary Holt, ’17

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Graduate