Average Salary

*National Average, Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Degree Outlook

*National Average, Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

With the popularity of crime fighting tv shows, a career in the criminal justice or legal field can seem pretty alluring. A degree in criminal justice can get you the right experience to find a variety of different jobs in the private and public sector. Some of the main careers people find themselves in after receiving this degree are, bailiff, computer forensics investigator, corrections officer, crime lab analyst, crime scene investigator, police officer, and more. Similarly, a degree in legal studies can open the door to your career as a lawyer, paralegal, government worker, or corporate legal consultant. If you’re looking for a rewarding career where you get to roll up your sleeves and get to work, then this field is for you. Learn about a criminal justice or legal degree that fits your needs.

Statistics from Bureau of Labor Statistics 2024

Study Areas

  • Criminal Justice & Criminalistics
  • Forensic Science
  • Homeland Security & National Defense
  • Law Enforcement, Policing & Investigation
  • Legal Studies

1 Criminal Justice & Legal School

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