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Criminal Justice is a broad field that encompasses many functions in society's efforts to control crime.
The criminal justice system requires a wide variety of trained specialists to enforce laws, apprehend, prosecute, incarcerate and rehabilitate adult and juvenile offenders, assist victims, and prevent crime from occurring through effective security and deterrence.
A Criminal Justice degree can start or advance your career in this exciting field by qualifying you for positions such as:
We offer Criminal Justice programs at the Certificate, Associate's, Bachelor's and Master's levels in the variety of concentrations listed below. These online programs give working adults and full-time student’s tremendous scheduling flexibility and the opportunity to earn a degree in less time than is usually possible through on-campus attendance.
If you want to start or accelerate your career in criminal justice, explore the online programs below and request more information from our accredited colleges and universities today.
What type of career can you pursue with a degree in criminal justice?
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