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What is Criminal Justice?
A degree in law or criminal justice can train students to solve a variety of problems at the local, national and international level. Criminal justice is the study of laws regarding criminal behavior. Law is the study of the rules that govern social behavior.
Who Should Study Criminal Justice and Law?
If you’re considering studying one of these subjects, you may ideally answer “yes” to the following questions:
Also, you may ideally answer “no” to these questions:
Sample Law or Criminal Justice Classes
Law, military, and criminal classes differ depending upon where they’re offered, and whether they are undergraduate or graduate-level courses. That said, here is a sample of classes you might encounter while studying these subjects:
Types of Law and Criminal Justice Careers
A degree in law, military studies, or criminal justice could lead to a wide variety of careers. Those holding degrees in law, and/or criminal justice may pursue the following careers.
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