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Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice Program is designed for students interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement, corrections, and the court system. In addition to classroom instruction, students receive targeted training to enhance their professional opportunities with local, county, and state agencies.

Students who complete these programs are eligible for a variety of local, state, and federal careers, including law enforcement, investigation, corrections operation, corrections counseling, a variety of court positions, government administration, and probation. Similar careers also are available through private companies.

Through a partnership between Blinn and the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) Central Texas Police Academy and Texas Forensic Science Academy, students can receive 16-17 weeks of practical training with law enforcement equipment or forensic investigation equipment in addition to the usual classroom instruction. The police academy option prepares students to sit for the peace officer licensing exam.

Which Track is Right for You?


Degrees offered by the RELLIS Academic Alliance

Earn your bachelor's degree at Texas A&M-RELLIS in the heart of Aggieland

Degrees offered through the CAPS Program

A co-admissions partnership with the University of Houston-Victoria

Criminal Justice courses in Bryan are held at the RELLIS Campus (designated as “RL” in the course catalog). If you have been accepted into Blinn but can’t register for a CRIJ course (for instance, you get a campus restriction), e-mail, state that you intend to be a criminal justice major, and your campus designation will be changed to RELLIS.

Summer and Fall Registration Are Now Available!

Registration is now open for summer II and the fall semester. Summer II classes begin July 10th and fall classes begin August 23rd. 

For assistance, contact Academic Advising or call Enrollment Services at 979-830-4800. You also can schedule a tour of any of our five campuses!

Steps To Apply

Contact Us

Computer Lab
Robert Stanberry
Program Coordinator
Phone: 979-209-7399

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