Criminal Justice Studies in Indiana

Criminal justice schools in Indiana offer a wide range of educational choices and opportunities for the criminal justice major. Students are able to choose between associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Typical associate’s degrees require two-years of studies while a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice requires four-years of education. Graduates of the program, no matter what level, gain a clear understanding of criminal justice operations and how it functions in the court and judicial system. Externship opportunities are offered at the bachelor’s and master’s degree levels where students are placed in a work environment under direct supervision. Externships are offered during or near the student’s senior year and often lead to full-time employment.

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Spencerian College

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  • Associate of Science in Legal Office Management

Locations: Louisville
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