Criminal justice schools in Kansas prepare students for employment in criminal justice. Educational classes provide students with the fundamental understanding of the legal system. Students are also taught criminology and the theories behind what drives criminal activity while focusing more on the criminal justice system. Most students who major in criminal justice pursue careers in law enforcement or in correctional facilities like juvenile justice centers or prisons. Typical criminal justice degrees are offered at the two-year associate’s level and four-year bachelor’s level. Some Kansas area schools offer advanced studies in criminal justice through their master’s degree programs. The occupational growth in the criminal justice and criminology field is expected to steadily increase over the next 10 years.
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