OU's Online Criminal Justice Programs Among Nation’s Top 10


OU's Online Criminal Justice Programs Among Nation’s Top 10

OU Extended Campus works hard to provide exceptional online programs and services for our students, and it’s getting noticed.

For the third year in a row, the University of Oklahoma’s Master of Science in Criminal Justice program has been recognized as one of the best online graduate criminal justice programs in the nation. The program ranked No. 10 among best online graduate criminal justice programs and No. 7 among best online graduate criminal justice programs for veterans in U.S. News & World Report’s “2019 Best Online Programs” rankings.

“[The] program stands out as one of the best of the best in the United States.”

The online programs were ranked by U.S. News based on a number of factors uniquely relevant to working adults. The “2019 Best Online Programs” list considered factors such as student engagement, faculty credentials, student services and technology, and expert opinion.

The accolades don’t stop there. The criminal justice program also earned top rankings from TheBestSchools.org and OnlineMasters.com.

TheBestSchools.org ranked the Master of Science in Criminal Justice No. 9 for best online Master of Criminal Justice degree programs. The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice also landed at No. 9 for best online Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree programs.

OnlineMasters.com ranked the Master of Science in Criminal Justice No. 8 for best online masters in criminal justice programs. The website also ranked the program No. 1 for criminal justice policy development.

“This speaks to the amazing work that your program is doing...” OnlineMasters.com stated. “Your program stands out as one of the best of the best in the United States.”

Offering students innovative, challenging and engaging programs like these is one way OU Extended Campus provides access to transformational, world-class OU degrees, certifications and programs to its diverse group of learners.

Visit our website to learn more about OU’s online programs offered through OU Extended Campus.

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Tami Althoff

Tami Althoff holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She is a reporter with more than 20 years’ experience working for newspapers, including The Oklahoman. She has covered everything from breaking news to local music and art. She loves sports, especially OU football and basketball games, where she often embarrasses her children by yelling too loudly.