Nebraska Criminal Justice Schools, Colleges & Degree Programs

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

Nebraska Criminal Justice Programs

  • Bellevue University- Bellevue, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor Degree – Corrections
    (online)
    Bachelor Degree – Criminal Justice
    (online)
    Masters Degree – Criminal Justice
    (online)
  • Central Community College- Grand Island, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice
    Associate of Science (A.S.) – Paralegal

  • Chadron State College- Chadron, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Arts – Justice Studies – Criminal Justice

  • College of Saint Mary- Omaha, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Associate Degree – Paralegal

  • Doane College- Lincoln, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Public Administration

  • ITT Technical Institute- Omaha, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice

  • Metropolitan Community College of Nebraska- Omaha, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice

  • Midland University- Fremont, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Science (A.S.) – Paralegal Studies
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice

  • Nebraska Wesleyan University- Lincoln, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Certificate – Forensic Science
    Master of Forensic Science – Forensic Science
    Minor – Criminal Justice
    Minor – Peace and Justice Studies

  • Northeast Community College- Norfolk, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Law Enforcement
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Legal Administrative Assistant
    Associate of Arts – Corrections
    Associate of Arts – Law Enforcement
    Associate of Arts – Legal Administrative Assistant

  • Peru State College- Peru, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice – Administration
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice – Counseling
    Certificate of Achievement – Criminal Justice

  • Southeast Community College- Lincoln, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice

  • University of Nebraska-Kearney- Kearney, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice

  • University of Nebraska-Omaha- Omaha, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminology and Criminal Justice
    Doctor of Philosophy – Criminology and Criminal Justice
    Master of Arts – Criminology and Criminal Justice
    Master of Science (M.S.) – Criminology and Criminal Justice
    Master of Science (M.S.) – Criminology and Criminal Justice – Counseling
    Master of Science (M.S.) – Criminology and Criminal Justice – Public Administration

  • Wayne State College- Wayne, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice
    Minor – Emergency Management

  • Western Nebraska Community College- Scottsbluff, NE
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice
    Associate of Arts – Criminal Justice
    Certificate – Correctional Technology
    Certificate – Criminal Justice

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