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Criminal Justice Studies in Georgia

Criminal justice schools in Georgia help students prepare for a variety of careers in law enforcement and the legal profession. Individual jobs might include working as a paralegal, a corrections officer, or in various government-based security agencies like the TSA. However, graduates from associate’s or bachelor’s degree programs also work in private capacities, such as a bodyguard, security director, or loss prevention manager. The coursework for these programs covers a wide array of security-related topics. Depending on the program chosen, classes in American criminal justice, forensic psychology, the U.S. court system, criminal investigations, and research methods may be required.



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As a student at South University, you will have the opportunity to learn from accomplished faculty members who have real-world experience in the subjects that they teach. Our small class sizes allow you to receive personalized attention from instructors, and the encouragement to recognize your goals for the future and the means to achieve them.

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  • Criminal Justice (BS)
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Locations: Savannah
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Since 1977, Keiser University has maintained a practical, hands-on approach to career education to help our students achieve their personal and professional goals.  Our student-centered approach remains at the foundation of the Keiser University mission and continues to attract students who prefer a more personal learning experience. 

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Programs:

  • Criminal Justice - Associate of Occupational Science
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