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A criminal justice degree most often leads to a career in the field of law enforcement, which is extremely broad and provides a new graduate with myriad options. Police officer, FBI agent and Border Patrol agent are a fe... More »

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A criminal justice degree prepares students for a career in law enforcement, corrections, court administration and victim services and can be the first step toward obtaining a law degree. Courses included in a criminal j... More »

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A degree in criminal justice generally requires a range of liberal arts courses in addition to courses specific to criminal justice. English, writing, American history and introduction to psychology are among the general... More »

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A criminal justice degree prepares students for a career in law enforcement, corrections, court administration and victim services and can be the first step toward obtaining a law degree. Courses included in a criminal j... More »

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The five pillars of the criminal justice system in the Philippines are law enforcement, prosecution, the courts, the penal system and the community itself. The five pillars principle was outlined in an executive order si... More »

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A degree in criminal justice offers many different career opportunities within the criminal justice field. Some of the most common opportunities are as police officers, parole officers, forensic scientists and federal ag... More »

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