Degree Advantage - A Pathway to Advancement

Education is an investment in your future.

You invest in others daily, serving and protecting.
Isn't it time to invest in someone equally important? - You!

Obtaining a degree statistically results in increased salary and advancement opportunities as well as personal growth. Whether your career path keeps you in public safety or beyond, a degree opens doors. We help you discover the fastest way to an affordable degree from a regionally accredited university. Discounted tuition rates for public safety officials includes Law Enforcement, Corrections, 9-1-1 Telecommunicators, and Military. The application fee is waived and tuition rates are all inclusive - no hidden fees. Tuition includes online textbook, Chromebook for undergraduate programs, and 24/7 live U.S. based technical support! Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Programs are designed for working adults
  • No entrance exams or course tests
  • Receive up to 30 hours of college credit hours from training credit
  • Take one course at a time (once acclimiated you can take more than one at a time)
  • No mandatory login times
  • Writing based program facilitated and delivered 100% online with no on-campus visit requirements
  • Courses start every month so there is no need to wait for traditional Spring or Fall terms
  • Undergraduate courses are five weeks in length
  • Graduate courses are seven weeks in length for Criminal Justice and eight weeks for Master of Business Administration and concentrations

Associate Degrees | 60 hours

Associate of Arts
Criminial Justice

Associate of Applied Science
Criminial Justice

Associate of Science in Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts

Bachelor Degrees | 128 hours

Buisness Leadership*
Criminal Justice
Emergency Services Management

*Click here to see all concentrations
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Graduate Degrees | 36 hours

Master of Business Administration
Healthcare Administration
Human Resource Management

Master of Science
Criminal Justice