Criminal justice schools in Oklahoma train participants for careers in law enforcement and prevention, with the goal of making society a safer place to live. Graduates of criminal justice schools in Oklahoma can choose to work directly with offenders or a variety of jobs that focus on other areas of the criminal justice system. Students may wish to work with specific demographics such as juveniles, adult males or females. They can also select certain crimes to focus on such as drugs, violent crimes, domestic abuse, child abuse, or white collar. Criminal justice courses may include an overview of government, criminology, evidence analysis, criminal psychology, and ethics.
- Criminal Justice B.S.
- Criminal Justice A.A.S.