Criminal Justice Minor
Protect Your Future with a Criminal Justice Minor
This minor is offered on Campus and Online.
Keeping the public safe is a rewarding and demanding responsibility. Careers in criminal justice require an unwavering commitment to serve and protect the community and uphold the integrity of the law. If these values align with your own, then strengthen your degree with a Criminal Justice Minor from Post University. This could be your first step toward a career in federal, state and local levels of law enforcement; security management; public and private investigating; or other related areas in the criminal justice field.
This Criminal Justice Minor adds relevant training to your major program and supports your career aspirations—not only in the criminal justice field but also in other fields that may require some criminal justice background. You’ll gain a foundational understanding of the field with Criminal Justice Minor classes in corrections, juvenile justice, and criminology. From there, you’ll tailor your Criminal Justice Minor to your educational and career ambitions with a relevant higher-level elective of your choice.
Through our faculty of professionals who bring extensive criminal justice experience to the classroom, you’ll develop the skills and foundational knowledge you need to succeed in your chosen field.
What Can You Do with a Criminal Justice Minor?
Upon completion of this Criminal Justice Minor, you’ll have honed skills and abilities to succeed in a number of relevant fields and industries. Depending on your major, you’ll have the tools you need to pursue entry level positions (or advance your current career) in any number of security industries or protective services—from law enforcement to private security to private investigation.
Pledge to advance your degree and career with a criminal justice minor from Post University. This minor would be a great addition and specialization for our Legal Studies, Emergency Management & Homeland Security and Human Services bachelor degree programs. Contact our admissions representatives today, and they can answer any additional questions you have.
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