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Criminal Justice Studies

10-504-5 Associate Degree (two-year)
Campus: Ashland, New Richmond, Rice Lake, Superior

Financial Aid Eligible

Communicator. Critical Thinker. Problem Solver.

Protective services today require employees that are knowledgeable, ethical, have strong communication skills, and that are adaptable to ever-changing technology along with changes in society. The Criminal Justice Studies program will prepare students for various positions in the criminal justice field. The program will also prepare the graduate to work as a juvenile detention officer, police dispatcher, or security officer positions. As an associate degree program, the credits and focus also prepare a graduate to pursue other associated careers such as probation/parole agent, public defense lawyer, FBI agent, or other law enforcement positions requiring a bachelorís degree and beyond.

Admission Requirements

Students in this program must:

Program-Specific Requirements

Students in this program must:

Virtual Realities

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Program Outcomes

Employers will expect graduates to be able to:

Program Costs

The estimated total program cost for the two-year Criminal Justice Studies program is $9,233 (does not include books). This program is eligible for financial aid. View more information on program and costs.