Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice
Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice - Santa Maria Campus
Learn how to effectively and efficiently address a wide range of problems in the criminal justice field with specific emphasis on law enforcement, investigation, corrections, juvenile justice, the criminal court system and private security with the help of Santa Barbara Business College's Criminal Justice bachelor's degree program.
SBBCollege can help you not only gain a better understanding of the criminal justice field and what it takes to become a member of the profession, but it can also give you the administrative skills, technical abilities and ethical awareness necessary to succeed in this important and rewarding field. Give back to your community through SBBCollege’s Criminal Justice degree program in Santa Maria. Students should be able to demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge gained during the baccalaureate program by recognizing and analyzing problems and recommending solutions to issues central to criminal justice.
Santa Maria's extensive Criminal Justice degree program
The hands-on criminal justice degree curriculum in Santa Maria includes:
- Ethics in Criminal Justice
- Criminal Court Systems
- Multiculturalism in Criminal Justice
- Correctional Law and Administration
- Business, Corporate and Industrial Security
Get started on your criminal justice career path with SBBCollege! Become familiar with the history of law enforcement and its duty to protect society and the even greater role that criminal justice plays in the world today. Contact us now for more information regarding Santa Barbara Business College’s bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice!*Some occupations in criminal justice may also require skills and/or training not limited to: academy and/or specialized training, satisfactory mental and/or physical examinations, clean background check, and age restrictions.
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Degree programs in criminal justice are not designed to be academy training programs for law enforcement. While organizations may accept these degrees as a foundation for employment, it's likely that additional requirements such as academy or specialized training, mental and physical examinations, background checks, and age restrictions will be required.