Forensic Science Degree

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Forensic Investigation

If you have an interest in solving crimes, building cases, and taking criminals off the streets, a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a Forensic Investigation concentration from CTU could be right for you. In this program, you can work to develop a solid foundation in law enforcement, the courts, and corrections as well as foundational forensic investigative knowledge. Combining the best of theory and practice, you’ll go into the lab for real-world experience in investigating crimes and criminal profiling.

Employment of forensic science technicians is projected to grow 17 percent from 2016 - 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations.1 The BSCJ-FI degree can help you prepare to enter that field.

The BSCJ in Forensic Investigation:

  • Has CTU Fast Track exams available - a series of mini modules designed to test your knowledge of key course objectives, offering the opportunity to earn college credit for what you already know

At CTU, students come first. Our flexible online course schedules are designed to help you to build a class schedule around your schedule. And with grants and scholarships available for those who qualify, a degree from CTU can be both achievable and affordable. Learn more below or fill out the form to speak with an admissions advisor.

Relevant Institutional/Programmatic Accreditation
CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission


  • February 18, 2020
  • April 07, 2020
  • May 19, 2020



  • Colorado Springs
  • Aurora (Denver Area)

Program Details

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Classes start February 18, 2020!

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