Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice—For Those in the 31B MOS
If you are a 31B, you may be eligible to complete the Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice in five courses: four courses through the hybrid model and one online class.* The four hybrid courses include a weekly face-to-face seminar during lunch hour. Other elements of the hybrid courses are completed online, including discussion boards and weekly assignments. The fifth course is taught entirely online.
By taking two courses for the first two terms and one course the final term, this program can be completed in three terms (approximately eight months). Following completion of the associate's degree, graduates have the option to pursue Purdue Global's Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice online.
The Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice program is designed to provide a fundamental education relevant to fields such as law enforcement, corrections, and private investigation.
The program’s courses are taught by professionals with real-world experience, and the curriculum covers topics such as criminology, criminal investigation, criminal law, domestic and international terrorism, and countering terrorism. Interactive technology allows students to collaborate with and receive support from classmates and instructors. To learn more about this program, click here.
Associate of Science in Health Science
Those serving as a 68W can complete their associate’s degree in just five courses.* The first four courses are offered through the hybrid model, with a weekly face-to-face seminar occurring during lunch hour. The remaining hybrid course elements are completed online. The final course will be completed entirely online.
Once this program is complete, graduates have the option of enrolling in one of Purdue Global’s health sciences bachelor’s degree programs. Credit may also be awarded toward the bachelor’s degree program depending on skill level and MOS. Learn more about health sciences bachelor’s degree completion options.
Kaplan University’s Associate of Science in Health Science program provides a broad education and allows students to select coursework in health science subjects including anatomy and physiology, chemistry, nutrition, pathophysiology, clinical skills, health education, and health informatics. The program includes a capstone experience designed to prepare students for work in various health science fields within the military and could help students meet educational requirements for advancement.†
To learn more about this program, click here.
Learning Online at Purdue Global
For prospective students at Fort Bliss, we will evaluate your military transcript and determine if credit can be transferred from other college studies or awarded based on your military training.‡ Click here to review the various military occupations and how they can apply to specific degree programs. You may also review all Purdue Global degree offerings here.
Key Information for Fort Bliss Students
- Undergraduate tuition is reduced 55% per credit for servicemembers, including Guard and Reserve, at a rate of $165 per quarter credit.§
- Technology fees are waived for military members.
- Undergraduate terms are 10 weeks, with multiple start dates.