I'm interested in multiple careers paths and I can't decide on which one I should do
I am taking free courses that lead to certification with FEMA, will this be beneficial for government position?
I just received my Master's in Criminal Justice in Homeland Security and am now taking some online courses with FEMA and may start on some courses regarding statistics and the Design of Experiments. Would these be beneficial topics to get with to obtain a way into the government?
I am working on my new resume and I want to try to get the attention of the employer so I am not passed because my resume is ordinary.
I'm planning to do further studies after this program. I wanted to take bachelor's in criminology. I would like to kknow what all job opportunities are available ?
I am asking this so when i graduate high school and i go to college, I can know what i have to do.
I decided to use the word innovative because I can be given a lot of material and make connections. I love research, there are so many avenues.
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What a good college to go to is
I may want a Ph.D. studying human trafficking or women and terrorism, what careers should I be looking for?
I have a Bachelor's in Sociology, Minor in International Relations, and now a Master's in Criminal Justice in Homeland Security. I would like to know where I should be looking for employment to prepare me for my possible future studies.
What's sorts of jobs should I be looking for if I just received my Masters in Criminal Justice in Homeland Security?
I want to know what terms or words I should be looking towards to obtain a career in my new field. I don't care if its government or a company or even a social impact group because I would get the chance to help people also while getting some sort of experience in my field. Especially, when I am c
I'm curious about working in law enforcement. I know that safety is a concern. What are the specific dangers I might face in this career? How do you (law enforcement professionals) deal with those dangers or stresses? What do you recommend for someone thinking about becoming a law enforcement office
Law enforcement is a career I am interested in. I know I'm going to college so I need to know what degrees I would need to get started in law enforcement.
Being that criminology is a focus of mine, I would like to know the difficulties of pursuing this career
What are some possible careers a person could get with a degree in criminology or criminal justice?
I'm interested in detective work, but I don't want to be a street cop first. I am more analytical than physical. Would a criminology degree allow you to become a detective without being a cop first?
I am more concerned with careers in the criminal justice field, but any careers would help me make a decision
Hi I'm starting college in a few weeks and i' m Interested in the fields of Anthropology and Criminal Justice. I was wouldn't if it's a good Idea to do a Double major for the both of them? Lol Maybe I should reword this better?
I am a dual major that wants to start building a productive resume. I am still undecided on what I career choice I want. However I still want to participate in as much activities to see which one I like best.
Are there any classes that a high school student can take in high school that would benefit them if they are thinking of becoming a judge?
I'm a sophomore in high school. I heard that my school has a Criminal Justice class. Would it benefit an individual to take this class if they are thinking of studying law? What other classes can a high school student take to prepare for future?
I am currently a sophomore in high school, and I am leaning towards being a detective and I would like to get more interested. What could I do?
im stuck between a couple majors
With everything that is happening in the world today, what do you think we can do differently to help change the world or better yet, make the world a better place?
Coming to the United States, I never really understood why people say "let's make America great again". Was America never a great country and at what point was it great? I would just like to understand more.
I'm asking to know if I should sign up for regular internships during college or ones that relate to my career?
I'm asking this question to understand the steps and what I need to do to become a forensic sociologist. I have a passion for both, criminal justice and sociology/psychology, so if I were to achieve this goal, I'd be ecstatic.
I am asking this question because in the future I want to be a Forensic Toxicologist and I want to be prepared with the right skills to get the job.
i want to become one and i would like to have some feedback.
I am asking this because i'm worried about it because i don't know if the problem they had can influence me.
If I major in criminology I want to minor in education and get endorsements for English as a second language and for special education. If I major in education I want to get both endorsements still and I would want to minor in criminology. Which way seems easier since they are both kind of big topic
Do you have to be a police officer to be a Crime Scene Investigator and what is the job description?
I am really considering to be a crime scene investigator, but I really would not like to be a police officer. I've research many descriptions of the job, but none have given me a straight forward answer. Can someone please help me understand?
I want to be a detective, but I do not want to be a police officer. Are there any other investigative careers in criminal justice?
I have always liked investigation and now being a senior in Highschool I need to know the route that I am going. I want to be involved in Criminal Justice and I want to be a detective. I look at other options like forensics, but I do not want to behind the counter. I want to be in the field and h