District of Columbia Criminal Justice Schools, Colleges & Degree Programs

Below is a comprehensive directory of the accredited colleges and universities in the state of District of Columbia that offer criminal Justice degrees, programs and courses.

District of Columbia Criminal Justice Programs

  • American University- Washington, DC
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Arts – Justice
    Bachelor of Arts – Law and Society
    Doctor of Philosophy – Justice, Law, and Society
    Master of Science (M.S.) – Justice, Law, and Society

  • George Washington University- Washington, DC
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Arts – Criminal Justice
    Graduate Certificate – Paralegal Studies
    Graduate Certificate – Paralegal Studies
    (online)
    Master of Arts – Criminal Justice
    Masters Degree – Paralegal Studies
    Masters Degree – Paralegal Studies
    (online)
  • Georgetown University- Washington, DC
    Programs Offered:
    Post Baccalaureate Certificate – Paralegal Studies (ABA approved)

  • Howard University- Washington, DC
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Arts – Administration of Justice

  • Trinity Washington University- Washington, DC
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice

  • University of the District of Columbia- Washington, DC
    Programs Offered:
    Associate in Applied Science – Corrections Administration
    Associate in Applied Science – Law Enforcement
    Bachelor of Arts – Administration of Justice
    Bachelor of Arts – Security Studies

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