Directory of Criminal Justice Colleges
How This Works
- 1Determine Your Career GoalsIf you know you want to work in the criminal justice field but aren’t sure which career path is right for you, you can start by browsing our career specialty pages.
- 2Research Criminal Justice DegreesExplore general criminal justice degrees, by browsing degree level pages. We offer information on associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees, as well as certificates in criminal justice. Narrow down your criminal justice college choices by selecting your style of learning – online degrees or traditional (on-campus) degrees.
- 3Search Your StateIf you want to find out about criminal justice degrees and schools specific to your state, select your state below. Each state page contains information on criminal justice careers and colleges. You’ll find details about salary and job growth for careers in your state, as well as a full list of criminal justice colleges available.
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