What Can You Do With This Degree?
Employment projections for criminal justice occupations at the county, state and national levels are higher than average. Upon graduating, University of St. Francis Criminal & Social Justice majors can pursue a variety of career possibilities in law enforcement and corrections as well as civilian positions in court administration, computer crime and security, and community advocacy. They will integrate ethics, integrity, cultural diversity and tolerance in their public service and community leadership roles, using strong interpersonal skills such as communication and conflict resolution.
Grow Through Real-World Experience
The senior capstone practicum in the Criminal & Social Justice program is an opportunity for senior students to gain further experience by working with professionals in a criminal justice, corrections, probation or law enforcement setting. It allows students to explore areas of possible employment while gaining valuable, real-world experiences. In addition, all University of St. Francis students are encouraged to combine practical experience with their college curriculum. Employers say they often look for students who have an internship on their resume, therefore, internships are a significant part of the USF experience.
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