Have you always dreamed of working in law enforcement or within the legal system? Do you have a passion for seeing justice happen? If so, you could earn your Associate in Specialized Business Degree from the Criminal Justice program offered at McCann School of Business & Technology.
In as little as 18 months, you can earn your Associate in Specialized Business Degree from our Criminal Justice program in Lewisburg, PA. A career in Criminal Justice will be both exciting and fulfilling. Whether you live in Lewisburg, Montandon, Linntown, College Park, or Fairville, you can start on the path to your new career today.
There are a lot of Criminal Justice schools in PA, but McCann’s stands apart from the rest. Our Criminal Justice program includes courses taught by qualified instructors and provides an externship to gain the hands-on experience you need to be successful.
Here are a few of the courses that you will take in our Criminal Justice program:
To learn more about the courses we offer in our Criminal Justice program, you can download our Course Catalog.
With an Associate in Specialized Business Degree in Criminal Justice, you’ll be prepared to go after a job in this growing field.
Correctional Officer and Jailer
Correctional Officers and Jailers guard prisoners in penal or rehabilitative institutions, making sure they follow any rules and regulations of the institution. As a Correctional Officer and Jailer, you will also guard prisoners when they are traveling between prison facilities and the courtroom.
Court Clerks manage courtrooms, keeping everyone and everything organized. As a Court Clerk, you will perform clerical duties like recording court proceedings or securing documents. You will also communicate with both lawyers and witnesses to let them know when they need to appear in court.
If you’re thinking about getting an Associate in Specialized Business Degree in Criminal Justice, why wait? Call us today at 866.865.8065 or click here to request more information about our Criminal Justice program.*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Correctional Officers and Bailiffs, on the Internet at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/protective-service/correctional-officers.htm
Note: This program is not intended to meet state requirements for a law enforcement officer or police officer.