An associate’s degree from one of these fully accredited criminal justice schools in New Jersey covers the fundamentals of this field. Courses include the American criminal justice system, criminal law, criminal investigation procedures, the U.S. court system, and criminology. Jobs for associate’s degree grads range from public service, such as police officers, to private security positions. A bachelor’s degree from one of these schools offers a more in-depth perspective. In addition to the topics listed above, forensic psychology, substance abuse treatment, criminal psychology, research methods and statistics, and victimology are also covered. Jobs for bachelor’s degree grads include loss prevention manager, security director, and paralegal.
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