Wondering what can you do with a degree in criminal justice?
According to MyPlan.com, a criminal justice degree helps to “prepare individuals to apply theories and practices of criminal justice to structuring, managing, directing and controlling criminal justice agencies, including police departments, sheriff’s departments, law enforcement divisions and units, and private protective services.”
Your opportunities are never-ending! Criminal justice is one of those degrees that has ample opportunity for establishing a career, even right out of college.
A lot of federal and government agencies require graduates to have at least a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Not only does the DEA, FBI and Secret Service require a degree, but now the police department is beginning to require at least a bachelors degree as well.
Here’s a list of some potential career opportunities you may want to look further into:
- Accounting Jobs
- Computer Forensics
- DEA Agent
- Fraud Investigator
- FBI Agent
- Police Officer
- Probation Officer
- Criminal Investigator and Special Agent