Corrections schools in California offer a wide variety of programs and degree choices for students who want to pursue a career in the corrections and law enforcement industry. Degrees available at most California schools include a two-year associate’s degree, a four-year bachelor’s and a six-year master’s. Most students opt for the two-year associate’s degree, which is the minimum required for employment as correctional officer in a penitentiary, prison, jail or juvenile justice center. Students who enter employment with an associate’s degree start at the entry-level whereas students graduating with a bachelor’s degree start mid-level.
San Joaquin Valley College - A Private Junior College.
- Degree - Criminal Justice: Corrections