SCJ Online Teaching and Learning

The School of Criminal Justice offers a number of completely online courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. There are also several blended courses that combine online and classroom instruction.  All online courses are offered by means of the University’s Blackboard Learning System platform.  Online courses may be taken by students enrolled in a degree program or individuals who wish to take a single course in non-degree status. View our complete listing of online courses for more information.

Center for Problem Oriented Policing courses

The School of Criminal Justice has partnered with the Center for Problem Oriented Policing to offer a unique set of online courses covering problem oriented policing and crime analysis. The courses are offered by means of the University’s Blackboard Learning System platform, but make use of the unique interactive simulations of problem solving and practical exercises in crime analysis accessible on the POP Center learning page. Click [here] for the complete listing, course descriptions, and other learning opportunities offered by the Center for Problem Oriented Policing.

To try a sample of these courses by taking our MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) on Basics of Problem Oriented Policing. Register here and use the password popmooc (case sensitive) to log in.