A criminal justice degree opens up a world of opportunities. At JWU, your faculty and student career advisors will guide you to develop strong academic plans that support your interests and career goals.
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Typical career tracks for graduates of the criminal justice program include positions with local, state, federal police agencies; court administration; corrections, probation, or parole officers; private security and loss prevention managers; and social service providers. Jobs within the Criminal Justice field include: Airport Security Officer Border Patrol Agent CIA Agent Corrections Officer Customs Agent Deportation Officer Drug Enforcement Agent FBI Agent Fish & Game Warden Paralegal Police Officer Secret Service Agent Sheriff US Customs Agent US Marshall
Review the profiles of some of our graduates and see firsthand how JWU's unique, career-focused education continues to launch successful careers.
When Lindsay Caldwell '07 started in Criminal Justice, she was amazed by the variety of career paths available in the field. read more