Professionally speaking, an associate's degree in Criminal Justice puts you ahead of the curve when advancing in the professional career. Obtaining an online degree with University of Phoenix allows you to learn at your own pace, and either start a career directly after graduation or place your associate's level credits towards a bachelors degree. The field of criminal justice and social sciences requires extensive knowledge and relevant skills that can be applied in a variety of settings. At University of Phoenix you will gain essential skills that will place you ahead of the competition.
Study the relationships between citizens, their communities and law enforcement. With this associate's degree you'll also start examining corrections, the criminal court system and law enforcement's role in keeping the criminal justice field. Financial aid is available for most online students, so educate yourself on how you can afford to obtain your associate's in Criminal Justice from University of Phoenix sooner rather than later. Your future is only a click away. Request more information now!
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