Nevada Criminal Justice Schools, Colleges & Degree Programs

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

Nevada Criminal Justice Programs

  • Career College of Northern Nevada- Sparks, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Associate Degree – Paralegal

  • College of Southern Nevada- Las Vegas, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice – Correctional
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice – Hotel/Industry Security
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice – Juvenile Justice
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement Training Academy
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Paralegal
    Associate of Arts – Criminal Justice
    Associate of Arts – Emergency Management Administration
    Certificate – Legal Support Specialist
    Certificate – Paralegal
    Certificate of Achievement – Criminal Justice
    (online)
    Certificate of Achievement – Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement Training Academy
    Certificate of Achievement – Criminal Justice – Public Safety Communication

  • Everest College- Henderson, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Associate Degree – Paralegal Studies
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice

  • Great Basin College- Elko, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Corrections
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Human Services
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Law Enforcement

  • ITT Technical Institute- Henderson, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – Criminal Justice

  • Kaplan College- Las Vegas, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Arts – Criminal Justice

  • Nevada State College- Henderson, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Applied Science – Criminal Justice
    Bachelor of Public Administration – Law Enforcement

  • Truckee Meadows Community College- Reno, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice – Corrections / Probation
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice – Investigations
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice – Juvenile Justice
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Military Occupations
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Paralegal
    Associate of Arts – Criminal Justice
    Associate of Arts – Criminal Justice – Community Policing and Problem Solving
    Associate of Arts – Criminal Justice – Pre-Law
    Certificate – Northern Nevada Law Enforcement Academy
    Certificate of Achievement – Criminal Justice

  • University of Nevada-Las Vegas- Las Vegas, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Bachelor of Arts – Criminal Justice
    Master of Arts – Professional – Criminal Justice
    Master of Arts – Traditional – Criminal Justice

  • Western Nevada College- Carson City, NV
    Programs Offered:
    Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Academy
    Associate of Arts – Criminal Justice
    Certificate of Achievement – Criminal Justice: 9-1-1 Dispatch Telecomm.
    Certificate of Achievement – Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Academy

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