There are similarities shared by these two degrees. Both offer degrees at the associate's, bachelor's, and master's level. They both have a wide array of career opportunities. What does a Criminal Justice degree offer that could be more beneficial? IMAGE SOURCE For those interested in emergency management (EM), we invite to review our post-Top 10 . . .
IMAGE SOURCE According to Wikipedia, Criminal justice is the delivery of justice to those who have committed crimes. This succinct definition does not do justice (pun intended) to the various modes and levels of fighting crime. There is law enforcement, the judicial/courts system, corrections, forensics, rehabilitation, criminal law, terrorism, and more. In this post, we . . .
IMAGE SOURCE There are numerous college programs offering graduate degrees in criminal justice (CJ). Many are available online for the convenience of many who are in the process of advancing their education. There are online programs that full-time students can complete in as few as 18 months. Part-time students will take longer to complete the . . .
What is a definition of Beneficial? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the word as: Producing good results or helpful effects: conferring benefits; receiving or entitling one to receive advantage, use, or benefit. The same dictionary defines benefit as something that produces good or helpful results or effects or that promotes well-being. The word originates from the Latin beneficius . . .
IMAGE SOURCE Is it Necessary? Is it worth the extra time and expense to advance your education to a master's degree? The answer depends on your career aspirations. No doubt, a graduate degree will open more doors and look more impressive on your resume. The degree can help you work in public service positions for . . .
IMAGE SOURCE There are subtle differences and overlapping college courses at some levels. We will look at some of the similarities and differences in this post. The purpose of the Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies (LSBA) program is to expand the students’ critical and analytical thinking skills, advance students’ ability to communicate complex data, both verbally . . .
IMAGE SOURCE A degree in criminal justice from an Associate's to a Master's can be your gateway into law enforcement. In addition to your degree is the asset of being bilingual. Foreign-language skills often come in handy on the job and they might be the key to getting hired. Particularly in metropolitan areas that have . . .
IMAGE SOURCE The world of criminology offers numerous employment opportunities in the private and public sectors. The government is always in need of employees in many different areas to keep communities safe and bring criminals to justice. For example, you can become a security protection officer, criminal justice instructor, or American government instructor to educate . . .