Criminal justice schools in Kentucky prepare students with the necessary training to be effectively equipped and prepared for employment within the criminal justice system. State and local government agencies employ a large number of individuals who graduate from a criminal justice schools. Most programs offer two-year and four-year degrees. Associate’s degrees in criminal justice require two-years of training while bachelor’s degrees require a total of four years of schooling. Coursework at the college level covers such topics as criminology and criminal behavior. Students also learn the policies and procedures involved in law enforcement and social services divisions.
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- Associate of Science in Justice & Public Safety Administration