The Bachelor's of Science in Criminal Justice - Corrections degree program is geared towards persons who are interested in advancing their careers in law enforcement, private security, or corrections as well as those who are interested in starting a career in the criminal justice field. This program gives students the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in the area of criminal justice. Students receive online instruction and are taught essential research and analytical skills. The corrections specialization instructs students on the administrative and operational intricacies in the U.S. corrections system. Persons with this degree specialization will be prepared to confront corrections issues such as overcrowding, juvenile justice, and inmate rights. Graduates will be able to pursue occupations in federal and state jail facilities as well as in juvenile detention centers. Graduates can hold important administrative, tactical, and managerial positions.