Criminal investigation schools in Arkansas offer students a variety of programs that are designed to prepare them for careers in criminal investigative services. The groundwork for courses is created to give students a foundational understanding of the criminal justice system and the primary role as a criminal investigator. Classes normally required by most Arkansas schools include investigative techniques, legal system review, homeland security, information technology, and a review of the criminal justice system. Most degrees offered at area schools include two-year associate’s degrees, four-year bachelor’s degrees, and six-year master’s degrees. The job market for this field is favorable over the next 10 years.
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