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After completing the associate degree program and the Jail Officer Academy elective, graduates will be eligible for state certification as county jail officers. Graduates must be Wisconsin Law Enforcement agency employees to receive certification. After completing the two-year degree, graduates will be qualified to work as a(n): WITC graduates are true professionals and lifelong learners. Career-oriented graduates can work their way into advanced positions. WITC also offers graduates a convenient new way to earn one of six bachelor's degrees online through a unique alliance with Franklin University. WITC graduates also enjoy the opportunity for completing a bachelorís degree through Capella University. With additional education or work experience, you may also pursue a position as a (an):

Graduate Employment Information

WITC Criminal Justice - Corrections Graduate Survey Responses 2012-2013

Number of graduates       12 Employed in related field 4
Number of responses       12 % employed in WITC district 13%
Number available for employment       12 Range of yearly salary $15,869*-$50,436*
Number employed         8 Average yearly salary $31,476*
Percent employed    67%    

*Range of yearly salary and average yearly salary based on composite of graduates from the following Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) and includes WITC graduates:  Mid-State Technical College, Moraine Park Technical College, and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.