Now’s the Time
According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is one of the largest employers among federal agencies. Job growth for probation officers and correctional treatment specialists is projected at 18 percent over the next decade, and due to officer shortages, police departments in many Midwestern states have openings that need to be filled. Seize this opportunity to begin or advance your career in criminal justice.
The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice is the first step for students who want to begin a career in criminal justice. The program has a broad academic foundation, and elective courses allow you to focus your degree based on interest. Graduates of the program go on to careers in law enforcement, corrections and private security.
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice can take your criminal justice career further. Graduates are ready for advanced careers in the field. Interdisciplinary concentrations in leadership and community service offer a superior level of customization, and electives allow the opportunity for in-depth exploration of current issues in criminal justice.