Criminal Justice Degrees Online
From crime scene work to forensic lab analysis and interviewing witnesses, the criminal justice field contains diverse job opportunities. Working in the criminal justice field may call for knowledge in subjects such as criminology, victimology, statistics, forensic psychology, substance abuse, crime analysis and crime prevention.
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Career Path Data
Companies Hiring in 2015*
Sears Holding Corp.
Projected Total Jobs by 2024**
Police and detectives
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists
Sources: *CEB TalentNeuron™ and **U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Information provided is not intended to represent a complete list of hiring companies or job titles, and degree program options do not guarantee career or salary outcomes. Job postings information based on 2015 data accessible at the time of creation of table, and is subject to update from time to time to reflect more recent data. National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions, and do not guarantee actual job growth. Students should conduct independent research for specific employment information.