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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.