How to Decide Whether an Associate or Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice is Right for You

November 20th, 2014 by

Police Woman Criminal Justice CareersIf you are interested in a career within the field of criminal justice, then earning a college degree will almost certainly be the best place to start. Careers in law enforcement as well as the legal world tend to require applicants to have a minimum of a college degree in the field of criminal justice. High school graduates or adults returning to higher education will have to decide between two of the most common criminal justice degrees out there: the associate degree and the bachelor’s degree. Exploring the pros and cons of both can help you make up your mind about which degree program will be best suited for you, your budget, your schedule and your career goals.[...] Read More...

Your Guide to an Online Degree in Criminal Justice

July 30th, 2013 by

If you are ready for a serious change in your career and in your life, then you might want to think about pursuing an online degree. While there are many different fields that you might consider, there is one that will prepare you for careers in both the justice system and in law enforcement.[...] Read More...