If you’re looking for a career in criminal justice studies or in the human services field, you can choose from a number of degree programs at Bryant & Stratton College that can fit your career goals.
Our degree in Criminal Justice Studies provides a foundation for graduates to pursue career opportunities in security, law enforcement, corrections, and other areas of the criminal justice field. Students also have the opportunity to study Criminal Justice Studies at the diploma level.
Additional degrees in Paralegal Studies and Human and Social Services provide students with a wide range of academic options as they seek to further their education in these exciting fields. Learn more about all the programs we offer in the human and legal services fields below.
Not all human and legal services degree programs are offered each semester or at all Bryant & Stratton College locations.
A degree in human services can help you prepare for a career in a field where helping whole communities and neighborhoods is your priority. From law enforcement and related criminal justice fields to case management roles for community non-profits, the right degree program can help you pursue the service career that speaks to your ambitions.
Depending on the program, your human services degree can help you advance your career in law enforcement, become a professional in a local non-profit, help connect individuals in need with government programs and so much more.
While you might be able to find some entry-level career opportunities without a college-level education, many of the best, most-needed positions will require a relevant degree or diploma. At Bryant & Stratton College, we offer several human service-oriented educational opportunities to help you achieve your career goals.
If you believe in serving the needs of others in your community, a human services degree can be very worth it. Depending on the program, an education in human services can help you gain the skills and insights needed to lead community organizations, work in a nonprofit, pursue a job in corrections or advance your law enforcement career.
Yes, criminal justice degrees are found under the umbrella of an education in human services. That’s likely because they are community focused, providing help and protection in times of need. At Bryant & Stratton College, our criminal justice programs are designed to give you the education you need to pursue career opportunities in law enforcement, security, corrections, and other fields.