What are good fields to get into after obtaining a BS in Criminal Justice?
I am currently working towards my Bachelors in Criminal Justice. However, I am not interested in becoming a police officer or correctional officer. ( my husband is military and we have children). I am interested in counseling, investigation,or any related field-any suggestions from those of you already established in these fields?? What would I need to do following graduation in order to enter these fields??
Asked By: lilbit1231 - 9/27/2006
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It must be difficult to both take care of your studies and manage a family at the same time, so here's some good vibes to you for being able to do it... More
Answered By: Matt - 9/27/2006
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Answered By: Eros21 - 9/27/2006
I think applying for a coroner's position would be suitable. That's if you have more time to study at your local county's crime inv. center. And if your kids are older and don't need you as much.
Answered By: Emerald - 9/27/2006
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Answered By: helo pilot - 9/27/2006
i am going to suggest going to law school part time..it will broaden your views.or you could also do a course in psychology.that would help you better if you want to do counselling.Good luck.
Answered By: iseoluwaajayi - 9/27/2006
try law school part time is correct if you live very near one. or go to business school.
Answered By: science_geek - 9/27/2006
You could try a paralegal with an attorney's office. I'm not sure if where you are whether you have to have a license to be one or not. You could be a probation or parole officer or go into the Social Services field or forensics. Although it's not like it is on t.v. in forensics. Would be nice if it was. Not much... More
Answered By: jillette - 9/27/2006
You could work as a Probation Officer... More
Answered By: BONNI - 9/28/2006
I am just going to say thank you for posting this question I am gonna be doing my bachelors in criminology and you broadened my prospects.Thanx again good question =)
Answered By: cowgirl angie - 9/28/2006
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