What jobs you can do with a criminology and criminal justice degree?

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What jobs you can do with a criminology and criminal justice degree?

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There are a range of jobs that one can consider if they have completed a criminology or criminal justice degree. Ultimately, one's job prospects depend on the specific type of degree that has been pursued. Job prospects for someone with an associate degree will differ substantially than the job prospects available for someone with a doctorate degree. With an associate degree, one might consider a a career as a police officer or a sheriff. With a bachelor's degree it is possible to consider a career as a forensics expert, a corrections officer, or a criminal psychologist. While a master's degree will make it possible to pursue work as a forensic science technician or an FBI agent. A doctorate degree will make it possible for one to conduct research and teach courses in criminology and criminal justice.

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