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A degree in Criminal Justice

To obtain your bachelors degree in criminal justice you can expect to spend at least 4 years in school. Individuals looking to pursue a degree in law and become a lawyer or judge can expect to spend at least 6 years in school and as many as 8 years.

During your studies for your criminal justice degree you can expect to take courses in the following subject areas.

  • Law Crime and The Criminal Justice System
  • Criminology
  • Victimology
  • Ethics
  • Computer Crime
  • Organized Crime
  • White Collar Crime
  • Methods of Research In Criminal Justice
  • Problem Solving in Crime Situations
  • Crime Prevention
  • Crime Analysis
  • Criminal Courts System
  • Criminal Law and The Constitution
  • Terrorism
$62k/annually
Police/Sheriff$58k/annually
Criminal Justice Educator
Corrections Officer$38k/annually
Fire Inspector$53k/annually
Firefighter$45k/annually
Private Investigator$45k/annually
Security Guard$24k/annually
Paralegal$51k/annually
Court Reporter$48k/annually
Arbitrator / Mediator$61k/annually
Lawyer$113k/annually
Judge$102k/annually
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