Grace under pressure, quick decision-making skills, and an eye for detail are simply a few of the many talents you should have if you’re considering a degree in law enforcement, policing, and investigation. As a law enforcement student, you can train for employment as a corrections officer, a border agent, a terminal security officer, a police officer, and the like.
And as a law enforcement degree holder, you’ll enter a booming employment market. Experts predict that job growth in this sector will increase through 2012 at faster rate than the national average for all occupations.
A bachelor's degree in law enforcement enables you to explore the roles, responsibilities, issues and trends related to law enforcement, including learning about evidence and proof, preparing you for a career in a police department or criminal investigations.Request Information