At criminal justice schools in Michigan, diplomas, associate’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees, and master’s degrees are offered. A diploma or an associate’s degree will cover the basics, from criminal justice theory, information technology, and ethics, to criminal law, police and court procedures, criminal investigation, psychology, and communication. A bachelor’s degree builds on this foundation. It is also common to find bachelor’s degrees being specialized for one area of criminal justice, such as management or homeland security. Possible jobs for graduates from a criminal justice education program include federal agent, paralegal, security director, and loss prevention manager.
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.
- Criminal Justice (MS)
- Criminal Justice (BS)