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Criminal Justice Studies in North Carolina

Studying at one of the criminal justice schools in North Carolina listed below represents a sizeable commitment of time and money. In general, jobs that favor a background in criminal justice are expected to grow faster than the national average. Jobs in corrections and probation in particular are expected to experience strong growth. An associate or bachelor’s degree in criminal justice can help you prepare for these and other careers. Common subjects include criminal behavior, juvenile delinquency, ethics, criminal law, the United States court system, social psychology, criminal investigation, police work, and the criminal justice system.