This program is designed to lay the groundwork for a global outlook concerning crime theories, policing and legal systems. Sound like an interesting career?
A degree program in international and comparative criminal justice emphasizes policy evaluation, planning and procedural design, current trends and transnational crime prevention. As a student, you can study crimes related to the Internet, smuggling, narco-terrorism, human trafficking and money laundering. You’d also analyze international law as it relates to human rights and crimes against humanity.
Some of the courses you can study in an international and comparative criminal justice degree include:
Graduates of this criminal justice program can find employment with any number of government agencies, including Homeland Security, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the United Nations, immigration, customs or the Central Intelligence Agency. Careers within these agencies look to hire analysts, research specialists and agents.
Do you see yourself working with other professionals battling crime from around the world? If so, this program was designed for you!