Adaptable. Flexible. Ready.
Those words describes the criminal justice degree from St. Ambrose. When you graduate, you'll be prepared for a career in local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies. That could mean law enforcement, corrections, probation, parole, or juvenile justice.
Another path to take with your degree is in social research with public, private or non-profit organizations.
You might already know this but ....
The world in which we live in is changing rapidly. In the news and in our own lives, we are constantly presented with issues related to crime, deviance, and justice. A degree in criminal justice prepares students to address the formidable challenges of a complex world and scarce resources with which criminal justice practitioners strive to protect the public.
You can be one of them.
Interested in earning a master's degree in criminal justice? See if you qualify for the accelrated BA-MCJ program.