Q. What are the degrees and majors?
A. Associate Degree: Criminal Justice major with emphasis in Law Enforcement, Corrections, or Loss Prevention / Asset Protection
Bachelor's Degree: Criminal Justice major with emphasis in Law Enforcement Administration, Corrections, Legal Processes, and Security/Loss Prevention
Master's Degree: with emphasis in Police Administration, Correctional Administration and Treatment, or Criminal Justice Studies and Research
Q. What are some things I can I do with a major in Criminal Justice?
A. Corrections officer - Dispatcher - Detective - Highway patrol officer - FBI Agent - Social case worker - Law enforcement administrator -Bank investigator -Police chief - Sheriff - Warden - Public Relations officer - Intelligence officer - Industrial security officer - Federal correctional officer - Alcohol/tobacco/firearms specialist - Secret Service agent - Lawyer - Paralegal -Legal researcher - Court administrator - Juvenile delinquency prevention officer - Criminal investigator - Juvenile and adult probation and parole officer - Jail/prison custodial officer - Insurance fraud investigator - Trainer - Forensics analyst - Mediator - Veterans claims examiner - Loss and damage claims examiner - Civil rights analyst - CIA operations officer - Foreign service officer - Patent inspector - Environmental protection specialist - Game and wildlife special agent - Customs inspector - Immigration officer - Security analyst - Regulatory analyst - IRS special agent - Aviation security specialist - Futures trading investigator - Land law examiner - Professor - Industrial relations specialist - Emergency management trainer - Criminologist - County Prosecutor
Q. What are some areas where Criminal Justice majors have found employment?
A. State depts. of rehabilitation & correction - Private business-corporate sector security - Teaching positions in education institutions - Institutional services with juveniles or adults - Prosecutor's office; state & federal - Environmental Protection Agency - Federal, state, and county courts - FBI, ATF, CIA, IRS, Secret Service - Local police and sheriff departments - Public defender's office - Victim assistance programs - Federal Bureau of Prisons - Federal probation - Juvenile diversion