After completing an associate’s degree from one of the criminal justice schools in Rhode Island, you’ve received an education that includes an overview of the U.S. criminal justice system, criminal investigation techniques, ethics and criminal procedure, psychology, communication, and criminal behavior. What can you do with your new degree? Many of the jobs that hire associate’s degree grads are experiencing considerable growth. The field of corrections is expected to see a 19% increase in jobs, while various private-sector investigation jobs are slated to see a 22% increase in jobs according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, openings in this field do require qualified and trained applicants – and an associate’s degree is one way to meet that requirement.
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