Learn about courses in Criminal Justice
A course in Criminal Justice focuses in the area of law which delves into crime and justice, international crime, forensics, causation, concurrence and the various forms of offences, among other subjects. Ranging from Diplomas to Certificates to Courses, some Criminal Justice courses require a larger time commitment than others.
What are the benefits of a course in Criminal Justice?
Students completing a course in Criminal Justice are highly sought after for their specialist knowledge in their field, in addition to their prior law credentials (e.g.: Bachelor of Law or Juris Doctor).
Which career with a course in Criminal Justice?
Students specialized in Criminal Justice are qualified to go on to work in law firms, crime prevention, the police force, criminological research, national and international criminal courts and more.
How much does it cost to take a course in Criminal Justice?
The costs of taking course in Criminal Justice may vary depending on the number of weeks or course hours, location, specialization and university. Funding assistance may be available for applicants on a need-based or merit-based scale. Universities will provide more specific information upon a request, which can be submitted easily from this website.
What are the requirements for a course in Criminal Justice?
Pre-requisites for a course in Criminal Justice vary widely. Some require a secondary school diploma, while others require an undergraduate or graduate level degree. Law courses are comprised of requisite lectures, coursework and written examinations.
How to enroll in a course in Criminal Justice?
Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
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