The Cisco College Criminal Justice program provides students with a basic understanding of the parts of the criminal justice system, as well as expanded knowledge in specialized fields of study. Students will be prepared to work in a variety of of roles, including police officers, probation officers, criminologists, customs officials, correctional officers, public and private investigators, and research and planning analysts.
A student receiving a degree, Level I, or Level II certificate must complete the capstone requirements. Some courses will transfer to various 4-year universities. Verify course transferability with the university you plan to attend.
Please see the Cisco College Course Catalog for more information about this program.
There are no special selection criteria for this program.
What Can This Program Do For You
Potential Career Paths
Fish and Game Warden
Crime Scene Technician
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