The School for Criminology and Criminal Justice is in the process of developing and improving its online course offerings.
How could you benefit from an online course?
- Free up your daily schedule—online courses allow you to make your own schedule and have more control over your time for traditional classes, work, athletics and other obligations.
- Offer more choice—online courses provide you with additional choices regarding instructors, courses to fit your schedule, and the mode in which they are transmitted.
- Prepare you for the future—online courses will either teach or reinforce a (new) way to receive knowledge using up-to-date technologies.
Our current course offerings at UNL include:
Additional ways for UNL students to take online courses:
Open Enrollment Courses (B courses) at UNL
B-version courses are online independent study courses that allow you to work at your own pace. For more information:
Intercampus Courses Offered at UNO or UNK
Take advantage of the online courses being offered at the other University of Nebraska campuses through intercampus enrollment. For more information:
CRIM 101--Survey of Criminal Justice
CRIM 203--Police and Society
CRIM 211--Criminal Court System
CRIM 450--Drugs and Crime
CRIM 475--International Criminology
Future course offerings:
CRIM 338--Minorities and Crime
CRIM 339--Women and Crime
CRIM 413—Sociology of Deviant Behavior
Additional online courses through our UNO program:
CRCJ3000 Statistics & Applied Data Processing
For additional information, please contact your Academic Advisor in the main Criminology & Criminal Justice office at (402) 472-3677.
Access a Full University – Online: Complete Your Degree and Advance Your Career
The University of Nebraska is pleased to announce two ways to complete your criminal justice degree online. NU’s two online criminal justice programs draw from the strengths of the Omaha, Kearney and Lincoln campuses of the University of Nebraska, meaning you’ll enjoy the best academic experience possible. Courses reflect current trends in crime and justice research and faculty teaching courses at all three campuses have both real-life and research expertise
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Nebraska-Kearney
A degree completion program designed for students who may already have earned an associate’s degree or who have completed the majority of their general education courses, the program of study includes hands-on experience through an internship completed at a location convenient to you.
Bachelor of General Studies in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Nebraska at Omaha
The BGS is a degree completion program for students 21 and older. Transfer credits are accepted from all accredited colleges and universities including up to 64 credits from community colleges. Credit may also be granted for military service and training, and for many workplace training programs.