May 15, 2009, Newsletter Issue #157: What Can I Do with a Criminal Justice Degree?

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Graduates with a degree in criminal justice have a wide variety of options available to them. A criminal justice degree prepares a graduate for a degree in a variety of different fields. Some of these fields include policing, courts, law and correction. Additionally, students may wish to specialize in criminal justice niches such as working with crime and abuse victims to dealing with offenders who are addicted to drugs or alcohol. An example of some of the titles held by criminal justice degree graduates includes parole officer, legal assistant, private investigator, court clerk, prison warden, youth counselor, police officer, crisis counselor or bailiff.

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