Graduates with a Bachelor of Science in human services with a concentration in criminal justice are employed in these fields, and trends show that bachelor’s and master’s degrees help criminal justice workers to advance more quickly.

  • Corrections Officer
  • Law Enforcement
  • Counseling
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Probation and Parole Officers
  • Rehabilitation
  • Investigating
  • Forensics
  • Victim Services
  • Security
  • Case Management

These professionals work in city (police and sheriff departments, corrections facilities), county, state (penitentiaries, crime labs), and federal (customs and border protection, FBI, CIA, IRS, DEA, homeland security, National Parks Service) government agencies. They also work for businesses and private industries including banks, health care, manufacturers, and power plants.

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