Anthem College prepares students to enter the criminal justice industry. To start you'll learn about general topics and courses will include corrections and fundamentals in criminal law, juvenile delinquency and firearms theory.
You will also be responsible for general education courses to earn your Associates degree in Criminal Justice. These courses could include algebra, ethics, government and psychology. If you currently have a job and work during the day then you might want to consider taking the online program which will give you the flexibility to study at night.
If you already have your AA degree and want to enroll in the Bachelor's program in Criminal Justice then you have three options to choose from. The first is Police work. Here you'll learn about crime scene investigation, police management and domestic disputes and violence. The second option is in Corrections where you'll learn about parole and probation, the American justice system and crisis prevention. The last career option is in Juvenile Justice. For this option you'll learn about the juvenile justice administration as well as criminal justice administration and gang theory.
With a few choices we recommend requesting information and talking to an admissions representative at Anthem College so you can make sure they match you with what you have as your career goals.