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Pursue a Criminal Justice Degree in Washington, NC

Are you interested in pursuing a career in the field of criminal justice? If you describe yourself as a team player who pays close attention to detail and demonstrates leadership, you may be a good fit for the University of Mount Olive’s Washington Criminal Justice and Criminology degree.

In our Criminal Justice and Criminology program, you will be learn about social justice, criminal behaviors, public policy, and more. If you are interested in being taught by faculty members who emphasize communication, team building, critical inquiry and personal responsibility, then this is the right program for you.

Classes are available seated one-night-a-week as well as online.

Criminology Classes That Will Prepare You for Your Next Career

By offering our students a wide range of classes, we will better prepare them to succeed in the world of criminal justice once they graduate. These classes include:

  • Corrections
  • Law Enforcement
  • Administration of Justice
  • Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure
  • Courts
  • Research Methods and Quantitative Reasoning
  • Criminological Theories

Become a State Trooper, DEA Agent, FBI Agent & More

What kinds of careers have graduates of our Washington Criminal Justice and Criminology program gone on to pursue? You can become a DEA agent, police officer, deputy sheriff, FBI special agent, immigration customs enforcement (ICE) agent, border patrol agent, federal air marshal, public safety officer, private investigator, and more.

If you are ready to start going after the career you’ve always wanted in the action-packed and exciting field of criminal justice, enroll in the University of Mount Olive’s Criminal Justice and Criminology program today. To learn more information about our Washington Criminal Justice and Criminology major, contact us today at (252) 940-0146.

Along with Washington, we invite adults living in Research Triangle Park, New Bern, Mount Olive, Jacksonville and Wilmington, NC to apply to the University of Mount Olive’s Criminal Justice and Criminology program.