Graduates of the SBBCollege Bachelor’s program in Criminal Justice will be prepared to address a range of problems in criminal justice with specific focus on law enforcement, corrections, investigation, juvenile justice, the criminal court system, and private security.
Our Criminal Justice bachelor's degree program prepares students for criminal justice positions in a wide range of business, industry, and government organizations. Courses emphasize practical application along with theoretical knowledge to create a strong basis for succeeding in criminal justice and related fields.
Students will also gain ethical awareness, general administrative skills, and technical abilities.
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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.
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