Throughout your time at JWU, your faculty advisor and student career advisor will guide you to develop strong academic plans that support your interests and career goals.
Experiential Education & Career Services is available to help you build your career plan. You may also continue your online research through the Career Tools website.
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 U.S. Customs Agent U.S. Marshall
Review the profiles of our graduates to see firsthand how JWU's unique, career-focused education continues to launch successful careers.