Walsh University's Criminal Justice program examines crime and criminal behavior, police and court processes, deviance and cultural norm violations and contemporary corrections issues. Criminal Justice is a sociological science that attempts to identify and interpret patterns of criminal behavior and analyze society's ability to control crime. It focuses on cause, prevention, as well as the legal process and the rehabilitation of criminals.
Criminal Justice majors are prepared for careers in:Police Probation/Parole Officers FBI U.S. Marshals Service U.S. Secret Service Paralegals Mediator Court Administration Victim Services
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