Law and Criminal Justice
Your career in the field of Law and Criminal Justice bears a large responsibility. As you serve the public, you will make a profound difference in people's lives, on both a personal and professional level every day. Pursuing Law and Criminal Justice careers will also make a profound impact on your life, by providing you with the opportunity to:
- Participate in community service and protection
- Develop a personally rewarding career
- Provide the first line of defense
- Interact with proud professions
- Help those in need
As a Criminal Justice professional, you will enjoy satisfying careers in a growing field. The work is exciting and fulfilling, offering the opportunity to help others on a daily basis.
Learn more about the Criminal Justice program.
Our criminal justice system deals with a multitude of offenders from all walks of life. Counselors are needed to assist those individuals who are released into society from jail or prison and are participating in various alternatives to incarceration programs.
Learn more about the Criminal Justice: Corrections Counseling program.
CSI has become a familiar term in today's society because of television and movies. In the real world, the use of forensic science is often used to link a suspect to a crime.
Learn more about the Criminal Justice: Forensics program.
Homeland Security and Emergency Management is an important aspect in today's society. There are many different roles and responsibilities of governmental agencies, not-for-profit and private agencies, and other sectors in the case of an emergency.
Learn more about the Criminal Justice: Homeland Security/Emergency Management program.
Police Officers are the first line of defense in our society and often are called upon to handle a multitude of issues. Officers need to be enforces, mediators, counselors, referees, social workers, and public servants.
Learn more about the Criminal Justice: Policing program.
The Paralegal program prepares you to become a qualified legal assistant working under the supervision of an attorney to provide a variety of legal services to clients.
Learn more about the Paralegal Studies program.