See the Department of Labor Statistics
for more information on Criminal Justice opportunities.
Graduates of the Criminal Justice Program have found work as:
- Municipal police officers
- State Troopers
- Correction Officiers
- Federal Officiers
- Insurance Investigators
- Private detectives and investigators
- Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists
- Court System employees
Courts, probation and most federal law enforcement positions usually require a bachelor’s degree. Some students have continued their education in Paralegal Studies and Law, as well.
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Transferring to a 4 year College or University
Approximately 75% of NECC’s Criminal Justice graduates transfer to four-year colleges or universities for bachelor’s degrees. The largest percentile of transfer students continue their education at the following institutions: