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AOJ Program Highlights

Join a Profession With A Promising Future

Complete Fremont University’s Administration of Justice
program in just 30 months.

Online Coursework At Your Pace

Complete your program with two evening courses for two hours per week.

Make a Contribution In Your Community

Conduct investigations, solve real-world problems, and be a community problem-solver.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates significant job growth in the field of justice administration – with nearly 70,000 job openings for officers, agents, and detectives each year over the next decade.*

Fremont University AOJ program graduates are prepared to enter a wide range of rewarding professions. A degree in the Administration of Justice prepares you to work in a variety of legal, law enforcement, and government professions: including border agent, customs agent, police officer, probation officer, investigator, and many more legal administration jobs .

*Source: BLS

A Career in Administration of Justice

You are passionate about fair treatment and equitable justice. You’ve always wanted to devote yourself to helping others, so why not turn your passion into a career? Fremont University’s Administration of Justice graduates are prepared to make a difference in a wide variety of fields, including law enforcement, government, and social services. The law impacts virtually every aspect of our lives. Experts who understand how the justice system works can make a positive impact in their communities.

A degree in Administration of Justice at Fremont University prepares you to advance your career. Whether you take a position at a nonprofit organization or a law enforcement agency, our commitment to your education ensures you will be well prepared. We provide you with the network and skills you need to pursue any career path with confidence.

Program Outcomes & Goals

A degree in Administration of Justice prepares you to work as a local or federal law enforcement officer, police detective, crisis manager – or a different career in law and social services. Many jobs require a bachelor’s degree, and Fremont University’s Administration of Justice program provides you the credential you need. Upon completion of the 30-month program, you will be prepared to enter a field where you can make a meaningful contribution to your community.

With a bachelor’s degree in Administration of Justice, students will exhibit the following aptitudes:

  • Administration of Justice concepts terms and theories.
  • Preparation for jobs in the fields of management, crisis intervention, field services, and court services.
  • Proficiency in analysis, decision making, and management.
  • Understand justice system management, crisis intervention, personnel management.
  • Productive work habits, time-management, and self-discipline.
  • Work effectively, respectfully, ethically, and professionally with people of diverse ethnic, cultural, gender, and other backgrounds and with people with other organizational roles, social affiliations, and personalities.
  • Recognize opportunities for improvemenrts in the justice system; evaluate situational issues; consider implementation for situational resolution, legal, operational, and administrative procedures involved in the justice system.
  • Use quantitative and qualitative tools and methodologies to support organizational decision making.
  • Analyze the information content of organizational processes and use web-based techniques, skills, and knowledge of information to facilitate change in the justice system that fulfills the needs of the communities they serve.
  • Apply methodologies to everyday problem solving, identify social issues requiring change or support, research issues that require additional training for those in the justice system.

Each of these program outcomes is applicable to the real lives and careers of Administration of Justice professionals: the skills that you master with Fremont University are the foundation of the work you will perform in the field.

What Do AOJ Professionals Do?


Discerning the most important information in any situation is a key skill for AOJ professionals.

Make Decisions

AOJ professionals need to make sound judgments and inspire confidence in those around them.

Provide Guidance

Those you interact with will look to you for advice in stressful situations.

Keep Records

Documentation is an integral part of the administration of justice.


Critical Thinking

Graduates need critical thinking skills to evaluate needs, make smart decisions, and analyze situations effectively. Candidates with strong critical thinking skills make effective AOJ professionals.

Stress Management

Those with well-developed stress management skills will be best able to cope with the pressure that comes from working with the law: where people’s lives and livelihoods are on the line.

Empathy & Communication

Whether you work in social services or as a local police officer, empathy and understanding can make you much better at your job – and help you improve the lives of those you serve.

Administration of Justice Courses

  • Ethics in Administration of Justice
  • Criminal Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Domestic Violence
  • Criminal Evidence
  • Constitutional and Criminal Procedure
  • Criminal Justice Research and Statistics
  • Writing for the AOJ Professional
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Forensics
  • Corrections
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Substance Abuse
  • White Collar Crime
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Procedures in the Juvenile Justice System
  • Parole
  • Social Services
  • Police Operations
  • Court Operations
  • Probation
  • Ethics in AOJ Management
  • Global Justice Systems
  • Management in the Justice System
  • Capstone

Learn More About a Degree in AOJ

For additional help with your application process please call a Fremont University admissions mentor at 1 (800) 373-6668.

The Fremont University Difference




Fremont University gives you the opportunity to pursue a wide range of careers with confidence, and with the bachelor’s degree you’ll earn in our Administration of Justice program, you’ll have a variety of entry-level and management career paths to choose from. Our Administration of Justice curriculum can be completed entirely online in as little as 30 months, putting you on the path to success at a pace no other program can match.

  • Administration of Justice Bachelor’s Degree Program: Complete Fremont University’s Administration of Justice program in just 30 months.
  • Online Learning: Complete your coursework when and where it is convenient for you – with access to your online classroom 24 hours a day.
  • Engaging Coursework: Learn through video, audio, interactive multimedia, game-based activities, and lively discussions with your instructor and fellow students.
  • Mentoring From Expert Instructors: Receive expert help from our staff of highly-trained instructors, whose industry skills and work experience enhance students’ learning experiences.
  • Student Collaboration: Work with your fellow students to learn and grow together.
  • Weekly Webcasts: Every online course has a once-a-week live webcast where students can interact with their instructor (a recording is provided for those who cannot attend).
  • Career Services: Receive expert career advice and assistance to help you find a job in your field.
  • Free Peer Tutoring: Get help from your fellow students at no cost.

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