Bachelor's Degree Criminal Justice

SBB College
En Bakersfield, Rancho Mirage ySanta Maria y 1 sede más. (Estados Unidos)

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Graduates of the SBBCollege Bachelor’s program in Criminal Justice will be prepared to address a range of problems in criminal justice with specific focus on law enforcement, corrections, investigation, juvenile justice, the criminal court system, and private security.

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Our Criminal Justice bachelor's degree program prepares students for criminal justice positions in a wide range of business, industry, and government organizations. Courses emphasize practical application along with theoretical knowledge to create a strong basis for succeeding in criminal justice and related fields.

Students will also gain ethical awareness, general administrative skills, and technical abilities.

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Areas of opportunity:

Inspector General
Investigator
Juvenile Court Counselor
Loss Prevention Manager
Probation Officer
Youth Advocate
Industry areas:

Airports
Colleges and Universities
Department of Corrections
Government Offices
Law Enforcement Agencies
Private Security
Probation Department
Social Service Agencies

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Bakersfield
5300 California Avenue, CA 93309, California, Estados Unidos
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Rancho Mirage
34275 Monterey Avenue, CA 92270, California, Estados Unidos
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Santa Maria
303 Plaza Drive, CA 93454, California, Estados Unidos
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Ventura
4839 Market Street, CA 93003, California, Estados Unidos
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

IT Law
Law
Human Behavior
Criminal Investigation
Environmental Crime
Legal Terminology
Criminal Activity
Criminal
Criminal Behavior

Programa académico

  • Several areas of law including legal terminology
  • Ethical practices and procedures in the criminal justice field, including measuring consequences
  • Interviewing and investigative techniques – evidence identification/collection and crime scene preservation
  • Overview of police procedures and the study of criminal behavior
  • Criminal investigation report writing emphasizing style, research, and techniques for complete and precise reporting
  • Both federal and state court systems – explore and analyze court cases
  • Common traits and characteristics of deviant behavior – human behavior that may lead to criminal activity
  • Comprehensive study of white collar and financial crime, including consumer fraud, environmental crime, corporate fraud and computer crime
  • Theories of violence – the victims and the offenders
  • Functions and services provided by Homeland Security – focusing on terrorism, its effects on society and an insight into the Intelligence system
  • Responsibilities and issues faced by correctional administration – criminal sanctions, program/services for criminals, prison staff responsibilities
  • Understanding of diversity and multi-cultural specifics for law enforcement – terrorism/disaster preparedness and racial profiling are covered
  • Understanding the world of organized crime – historical data and the effects on society
  • Comprehensive study of the technology used in law enforcement and the criminal justice environment – computer science, wireless technology, networks, wiretaps, tracking/surveillance and high-tech crime
  • Understanding the juvenile justice system– the dynamics which cause juvenile crime and the effect of the system on the juvenile offender