Quinn Bill Certified: Curry College Criminal Justice programs are Police Career Incentive Pay Program (PCIPP) certified by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education. The PCIPP Program, also known as the Quinn Bill, was enacted by the Massachusetts Legislature to encourage police officers to earn degrees in law enforcement and criminal justice. It provides educational incentives for regular full-time officers in participating cities and towns through salary increases.
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Gain the knowledge and skills you need to advance in your current career, chart a new career direction or pursue your particular interest in areas such as law enforcement, criminal rehabilitation and community and social service. In classes with busy, working adults just like yourself, you'll explore key subject areas such as criminal law and procedure, criminology, policing, corrections, ethics, law enforcement, crime deterrence, and deviance and social control. You'll improve your skills in critical thinking, problem solving, presentation and communication as you apply theory to practice and acquire the academic foundation for future graduate work.
Introducing a new online format that provides remote learning; allowing you to balance life’s responsibilities while pursuing your degree. This enables flexibility to access the course at your convenience while you remain connected with your professors and peers.
The time required to complete your degree depends on the number of courses you take each term, which you can determine according to your personal and professional responsibilities. With new courses beginning at Curry every eight weeks, your progress can be as fast or as flexible as you choose.
Choose the location that fits your schedule or jump around if you prefer… your choice!
Curry helps you fast-track your degree completion by offering:
The Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies offers 8-week terms. Our evening and online schedules provide you the opportunity to pursue your education while managing life's responsibilities.
Carrying a part-time schedule, you can complete up to 6 courses a year by carrying one course each term.
Attend full-time by carrying a part-time course load. How? By enrolling in 2 courses every 8 weeks, you will complete a full-time course load on a part-time basis.
Join us to learn more about degree and non-degree programs and classes available through the Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies.
Continuing Education Programs:
Join us to learn how quickly you can complete your Bachelor's Degree.
Monday, March 11 @ 12:00 p.m. - Register
Thursday, May 9 @ 4:00 p.m. - Register
Learn more about the Curry Online MBA Program.
Tuesday, February 27 @ 6:00 p.m. - Register
Tuesday, April 9 @ 6:00 p.m. - Register
Master of Education:
Is it the right time to earn your M.Ed.?
Tuesday, February 27 @ 4:30 p.m. - Register
Tuesday, April 23 @ 4:30 p.m. - Register
Monday, February 26 @ 12:00 p.m. - Register
Monday, March 25 @ 12:00 p.m. - Register
Tuesday, April 9 @ 5:00 p.m. - Register
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice - Now 100% Online:
Join us to learn more about the MACJ.
Tuesday, February 27 @ 5:30 p.m. - Register
Thursday, May 9 @ 5:30 p.m. - Register
There's no need to wait for us to schedule an information session. Our knowledgeable advisors are available to meet with you via Zoom or phone to answer your questions. Get started on your way to earning your degree!
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According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data from 2020, individuals with a bachelor's degree earn 40% more per week than those with an Associate's degree.
Finishing your degree is more affordable than ever with Curry College. We are committed to supporting the educational goals of our students by offering a tuition rate of just $375 per credit with no fees. This rate is comparable with state colleges and universities. Save more and benefit from small classes and the 1-on-1 student support from faculty and staff. Connect with your Program Advisor to get one-step closer to your goals.