Are you passionate about serving others? Are you community-minded? Do you want to help make the world a better and safer place? Then a career in Criminal Justice might be right for you.
Criminal Justice majors work for numerous public and private organizations at the local, state and national levels. Opportunities are expected to increase due to many employees, who currently work in this profession, reaching retirement age.
Criminal Justice Putting Community First
You’ll learn how to conduct investigations… apply critical thinking techniques to find solutions… act professionally and ethically in a variety of situations… and much more. Whether your career goal is a job with a public agency or private company, you’ll be workforce-ready when you enter this in-demand, professional field.
Principles of Management
Introduction to Corrections
Juvenile Justice: Alternatives to Incarceration
Essential Criminal Justice Research
Fundamentals of Intelligence Analysis
Psychology of the Criminal
Job Pursuit Seminar
Associate Degree Internsh
Careers in this field include
- Police Officer
- Probation Officer
- Parole Officer
- Correctional Officer
- Private Investigator
- Loss Prevention Specialist
People who thrive in this field
- Value integrity
- Good communicator
- Strong interpersonal skills