McNeese State University now offers an online baccalaureate degree in Criminal Justice through the Center for Adult Learning in Louisiana (CALL) Program. The CALL Program allows adult learners the opportunity to pursue their degree online without putting their lives on hold. CALL allows adult learners to take advantage of two 8-week sessions within a regular semester. This allows students to earn credits each session during the semester while only having to concentrate on one or two classes at the same time. The online courses allow students to access class information and assignments when and where they chose.
McNeese State University and LSU-Eunice have established a 2+2 partnership for the CALL Criminal Justice program. Through the 2+2 partnership, LSU-E offers the first two years of the coursework required for the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree; McNeese offers the subsequent two years of coursework. The partnership ensures that all coursework required for the degree is offered in an online, accelerated format. Students with less than 45 hours of transferable college credit can begin the first two years of the Criminal Justice degree online through LSU-E, earning an associate degree in the process. Once 45 hours of transferable college credit are earned, students may then begin taking coursework towards their bachelor's degree through McNeese's CALL Program.