Students engage in a wide range of subjects and careers, such as domestic violence advocacy, probation and parole, drug use, international crime, juvenile crime, women and crime, rehabilitation, drug courts, juvenile diversion and treatment programs, and all levels of policing: local, state and federal. Our students better serve the world as compassionate and conscientious citizens because they are connected to the local community. Local subject matter experts and practitioners provide instruction and resources to criminal justice students. Additionally, strong relationships with local organizations offer internship opportunities and the ability to network while still in school.