According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), some of the positions within the field of Criminal Justice are expected to grow at a faster than average rate in the United States. For example, detective positions are expanding, and there is a projected growth of 21% by 2020. As a CRJ major there are several career paths available to you. Among many others, you could choose between opportunities in law enforcement agencies, corrections, parole or probation, forensics, the courts, firefighting, juvenile delinquency, or pursue a law degree. Alternatively many of our majors decide to work in the area of advocacy or non-profit, assisting formerly incarcerated individuals in their reentry efforts, among others. The truth of the matter is that jobs in Criminal Justice are expected to continue increasing. Your college degree from BMCC is the foundation and starting point to launch your criminal justice career.
With your A.A. Degree in CRJ, you will qualify for the following positions:
With a Bachelor’s Degree in CRJ, you will be eligible for employment as: