If you want to make a difference in your community by working with troubled juveniles, in crime prevention, investigation, corrections, or in law enforcement, then an Associate of Science in Criminal Justice degree is for you. You?ll learn the fundamentals of criminology, criminal law, juvenile delinquency, and crime control so you can begin a rewarding career. With the average graduation time of 18 months, you?ll quickly get out of the classroom and into an in-demand career.
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