A Criminal Justice bachelor’s degree prepares students for professional positions at the federal, state, or local levels in law enforcement, crime laboratory, court, correction, or juvenile fields. Our graduates can be found in criminal justice or law positions in government agencies, corporations, or private offices around the world. They work as federal special agents, police officers, forensic specialists, intelligence analysts, game wardens, judges, probation officers, correctional administrators, juvenile specialists, attorneys, and more.
What about advanced criminal justice study? The bachelor’s degree also gives students the skills needed to pursue a graduate degree in criminal justice, law, or related area. Together, the department has a number of career planning opportunities available to interested students.