Who hires graduates from criminal justice schools in West Virginia? The obvious choice might be law enforcement and government agencies, such as the police and the TSA. However, graduates from an associate’s degree program in this field also work as corrections officers and bodyguards, while bachelor’s degree grads can be found working as paralegals, probation officers, security directors for private companies, and loss prevention managers. The coursework for these programs features several aspects of American criminal justice, including criminal investigation, behavior and psychology, law and ethics, the U.S. court system, and criminal investigations. Job opportunities in this field are expected to be favorable for qualified applicants.
At Kaplan University, we offer over 180 degree and certificate programs.
- Master of Public Administration : Criminal Justice
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice : Leadership/Executive Management
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice : Global Issues in Criminal Justice
- And more...